Never fight on unfamiliar terrains…
From my diary. I have some things to say this week. In fact, I have many things to say. It is that point in life where you say what you have to say, for there may never be another time to say it. You could wake up one day and drown in a pothole, something of that sort.
Where do we start? With Uganda Airlines, right? It was a Sunday. The flight was scheduled for 10am. As usual, we did the three-hour drill where you show up earlier. ‘You will board through Gate ummm at exactly 10am, please enjoy your flight.’ Time check? It is 9am. And where is the Airline? Well people, there was a technical issue. The flight would be delayed. Until what time? Wait, it will be delayed until 4pm.
Now if you are looking for a JKIA consultant, speak to moi because I did nothing else but explore every crevice that makes up JKIA.
“Is there no Nigerian among us? How come no one is making some noise?” I mentioned it to a friend.
Well, we became the Nigerians and guess that is how later at lunch, they provided us with some hot lunch. Then the Airbus arrived and we boarded at 4pm. As I write this, I still do not know my reaction. Is it to be more understanding of a young airline? Is it to hold them to a higher standard? I just do not know. And by the way, our muko, Taata Bukedea, shared in this ordeal.
Speaking Cindy and Sheebah. How could my lovely Sheebah fall for the trap? In this life, you never fight on unfamiliar terrains. To prove what? You do it your way. Sheebah should have stuck to her ground. Perform on a CD. Wait, that sounds like a short form for Cindy and the other things that protect Ugandans.
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