Are you a wise or a foolish virgin? a message shared by lyte Uganda

WISE AND FOOLISH VIRGINS “At that time the Kingdom of heaven will be like ten virgins who took their lamps and went out to meet the bridegroom. Five of them were foolish and five were wise. The foolish ones took their lamps but did not take any oil with them. The wise, however, took oil […]

END TEENAGE PREGNANCY a poem by Ino the jurist

Teens are the future leaders Heaven’s burry you alive Cremate your body to dust You vagabond mongrel better dead Haunting innocent souls for personal gain I cast you to hell to burn for eternity If you’re here to ruin teenagers Lost are our human feelings Swept away like thin smoke in the air Cutting flowers […]


In February last year, the Lord asked me to stop whatever I was doing, including ministry so that I can sit in his presence to hear from him. It was not easy at first but the grace of God has enabled me to this day. When Apostle Michael Kimuli sent a message asking me to […]

South Africa’s war for the rule of law, an opinion of the

Order must be restored quickly in Africa’s most industrialised country South africa offers dry kindling for political conflagration. Unemployment and inequality are preposterously high. Many people lack food, power and running water, while members of the ruling African National Congress (anc) gorge on graft. In the two years before covid-19 there were more protests than probably […]

Helen Zille speaks out on Jacob zuma in an opinion

“… At the heart of it, this tragedy is rooted in the enormous complexity of our collective decision to impose a modern constitutional democracy on what is largely a traditional, African feudal society. Former president Zuma is a traditionalist, totally unfamiliar with the concepts of constitutionalism, thrust into the role of president – whose primary […]

Climate change more devastating than COVID, researchers told, an opinion by Darious Magara

Climate change should be treated as an emergency in the same way as the COVID-19 pandemic Funding for developing countries must not be stopped despite economic fallout caused by the pandemic in wealthier nations Four-month project explored the impact of COVID-19 on climate-change efforts by compiling case studies of policymakers from eight African countries   […]