We spend a lot of time listening to speeches in Uganda – which wouldn’t be bad at all if most of them were like the one below.
This isn’t the first time I’ve read Patrick Bitature’s speeches (including the one below) and certainly not the first time I’ve felt the urge to share them.
Enjoy reading this, but more importantly, share it with everybody you know who has not yet started out in the real world…and some who already have:
I will share with you my life story.
I was born into a reasonably well-off family. My parents worked for the EAC, so we had lived in Kenya and Tanzania. We had drivers and many privileges that I took for granted. We owned property, farms, buses, and cars.
When I was 13 my dad was brutally murdered by the Idi Amin regime. My Dad died at the age…
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