A s I indicated in an earlier post, you can get a T-SHIRT, for 31 Million Bafuruki, an expression against those that seem to be enjoying the naming and supporting of proposal that will have implications on ethnic harmony in Uganda. This is not to say people can’t seek genuine interventions to help a certain group of disadvantaged Ugandans get the required attention and solutions to their problems. But members of this group are against use of ethnicity as a dividing factor which politicians in Uganda are currently doing. One can be proud of their tribe and at same time be committed to seeing a a justice country.So stand for Uganda and be part of the 31 Million Bafuruki. You can also join the discussion on facebook. Just search for 31 Million Bafuruki.
Ugandan, Omuny'Igara, multimedia journalist, writer, producer, digital strategist, public speaker and award-winning blogger. Interests in new media, governance, migration, gender, peace and security issues. The World Economic Forum recognized me as one of the Young Global Leaders under the age of 40 in 2013. I have used new media tools to document and advocate for women’s rights in situations of armed conflict working with local and regional women's groups in various African countries. I studied Mass Communication at Makerere University, Non-violent conflict at Tufts University and hold a Masters Degree in Media, Peace and Conflict studies from the University for Peace. I have lived in Costa Rica, Switzerland and a bit in Ethiopia.