OCTOBER 2017 STATEMENT – Year 6, Month 5

The Bergofsky Principle states that if a computer tried enough keys, it was mathematically guaranteed to find the right one. Dan Brown states in his book Digital Fortress that all security codes are breakable if you have the right equipment. Even when mutating strings are used to write rotating codes. I am not sure if…

MAKING PEACE WITH CHANGE, CONTROL AND BALANCE

“Anything you can’t control is teaching you how to let go.” – Jackson Kiddard Change, The Dilemma Have you ever wanted something/someone so badly but you felt like you couldn’t do anything about it? How would you describe your state during those times? Chances are that you experienced one or more these emotions: frustration, neediness,…

Dr Sudhir Ruparelia vs Bank of Uganda

  I have been following the Dr. Ruparelia vs Bank of Uganda case and have seen a lot of inaccurate reports that are so far from the truth. What is uncommon is that this all starts with National Bank of Commerce former management that wants to resurrect their bank possibly for the Kigezi community. Behind the Curtains…

MARCH 2016 MONTHLY STATEMENT SERIES, Year 4, Month 10

You can see who won the race but you wouldn’t know why they won the race. The important questions are overlooked. The world will judge your decisions but never the choices you had to chose from, however impossible they were. This month, on top of being the month I celebrate my birthday, i want to…

OCTOBER 2013 MONTHLY STATEMENT, Year 2, Month 5

“My priceless mentor, Bishop Edmond Kizito, has told me countless times that, ‘It is possible to have overnight success. But you have to prepare earnestly for that night.’ I have realised a lot of criticism targeted at the possibility of VISION 2040. Last month, while being interviewed, I spoke about the effectiveness of Vision 2040. What…