Women Who Kill #5: Ava’s Baby

By Felly Oyuga Mummy, I’m feeling cold” Ava rushed to cover her child. It had been raining all afternoon and the pink blanket was not enough. She then tried to pull the plastic sheet over the cot. Her room had a leak in the ceiling. Ava lived in an old building that had drab walls […]

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Religion And The African Woman

By Felly Oyuga In my opinion, there is no greater hindrance to the growth and development of the African woman like religion.  Before you get excited or call me a heathen, let me make it clear that I have nothing against God.  It is the custodians of ‘God’s perfect ways’ that I may not agree […]

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Book Review: Culture of Honor by Danny Silk

By Racheal Kiiza Book: Culture of Honor Subtitle: Sustaining A Supernatural Environment Author: Danny Silk Pages: 568 This book provides and calls for a culture of honor in the church, a culture that strips off the clothes of shame, fear and punishment culture in our churches today. The book opens with a thrilling but scary […]

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The Psychology Of Dr. Stella Nyanzi

By Amandla Karungi “Stella” was a good girl. She was also a shy, easily embarrassed Puritanical church girl. Four years after diligently earning her place among the holiest in her high school society, Stella fell in love. Love, like money and power, make the biggest fools of people. Love destabilizes all that you thought was […]

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