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OLEMO GORDON BRIAN,Esq.
OFFICIAL HANDLE | Entrepreneur | Charismatic leader | Public speaker | Writer | Debater | Christian | Wotlango.
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Andrew M. Mwenda Jul 12
The arrest of Joseph Kabuleta for “offending the president” is archaic, intolerable and unacceptable! Ugandans have every right to offend the president. They hire him to serve them. They should be free to express their anger at how he is running the country justifiably or not!
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Andrew Kabuura. Jul 5
Critics make it look like we should have won . This team is a work in progress. Did good in Gabon, better in Egypt. Over the two tournaments we faced powerhouses Egypt (2), Ghana, Senegal Mali, DRC & Zim. Punched above our weight & still did good! Proud Ugandan.✊🏿 🇺🇬
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Patrick Bitature Jul 3
"Be a perpetual student. By always learning about things you are unfamiliar with, you will grow your bank of data to draw from, be creative and relatable to the changing world. It primes you to have the right mindset to seize new opportunities."
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David F.K. Mpanga Jun 29
"Politics, like all life, is about individuals, each motivated to do what is good for them, not what is good for others." - Bruce Bueno de Mesquita and Alastair Smith in "The Dictator's Handbook: Why Bad Behaviour Is Almost Always Good Politics".
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YALI RLC EA Jun 28
Congratulations to the 104 young leaders from East & Central Africa in after a transformative 4-week leadership training experience. You are the change makers that needs.
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OLEMO GORDON BRIAN,Esq. Jun 28
You have no control o'er external forces and all the drama in the world. You however certainly determine how you feel, how you view issues, understand your circumstances and allow others to make you feel. That right, that key, never give it away.
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OLEMO GORDON BRIAN,Esq. Jun 27
Diversity is being invited to the party, inclusion is being invited to the dance afterwards. ,
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Vala Afshar Jun 24
School tests do not measure: grit humility passion leadership integrity passion to serve persistence customer centricity compassion endurance entrepreneurship work ethics commitment ability to inspire collaboration fighting spirit empathy creativity teamwork vision for the new
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Engr. Gerald Matolo Jun 10
Applications are opening soon! . A chance to learn, unlearn and make meaningful connections.
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OLEMO GORDON BRIAN,Esq. Jun 10
Human centered design is an iterate process. You can pick up along the way, find your way back to the first steps if your solution fails along the way.
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Jeskimosso Jun 5
We came out, we faced our fears, we recognized our strengths, we gained courage, we realized that we need each other and we are ready to create change.
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OLEMO GORDON BRIAN,Esq. Jun 10
The end user is the heart of human centered design.
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OLEMO GORDON BRIAN,Esq. Jun 10
Nations shall not be shaped by propaganda and masses, individuals make the difference. , attests to just that.
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Ariel Boutcher Jun 8
If you are neutral on issues of injustice you have chosen the side of the oppressor.
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OLEMO GORDON BRIAN,Esq. Jun 8
No doubt Sudan has a bunch of criminals usurping what does not belong to them. The world should give them their due treatment!
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OLEMO GORDON BRIAN,Esq. Jun 6
Such animalistic treatment undermines the basic imprint in our DNA that qualifies us to be human. These guys are beyond this. They have human flesh for lunch and blood for dinner. We must intervene or else their insatiable craving for power will swallow Sudan whole.
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OLEMO GORDON BRIAN,Esq. Jun 6
The attrocities committed by the TMC in Sudan cannot go unaccounted for. Justice must prevail above all this hate and self imposed treachery. People beyond count have already been lost. Can people ever have blood to their fill? God help Sudan.
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Safia Elhillo Jun 6
because my people cannot die in vain, cannot die in silence under an internet blackout. because peaceful protest was met with a massacre. because my people deserve dignity, deserve freedom, deserve for the world to know us and our fight
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OLEMO GORDON BRIAN,Esq. Jun 6
We shall remember all the martyrs who laid down their lives for the sake of the very own independence the Sudanese people will enjoy. But first the animosity must stop. If a people do not want you, then wth exactly are you leading. These rebels must yield.
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