Managing Editor, The CEO Magazine
A 1994 Nissan Terrano (Diesel).
2002 Jeep Grand Cherokee. It is deep blue with a 200km speedometre. It is spacious enough for my three children with lots of leg room, leather seats and 18 inch rims. People fear jeeps but it is fuel efficient. I can use Shs30,000 a day.
A 2012 Range Rover Vogue.
I was a DJ at Billy Bums Disco, Gulu, in 2001. From Wednesday to Sunday. Two other DJs and I entertained NGO workers to great music and other forms of entertainment.
Managing Editor, the CEO Magazine. My job involves writing for and about CEOs in Uganda. At the CEO, we write about business and how it is changing and influencing the region. Who are the movers and shakers in the region and what you need to know before you invest. We also give business a more down-to-earth approach.
got where i am by
I have always been honest and as some would claim, rigid, but always fair.
Planet Of The Apes.
Boiled goat meat with greens and cassava.
Repeatedly putting faith in the wrong people.
“Maskini akipata, matako hulia mbwata,” Swahili saying for “when a peasant gets lucky, his buttocks go clapping.” It means that people forget quickly.