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Lifestyle of Politeness

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Apr 1, 2011

People around the world do not live in vacuum. They are bound by some norms and when they need to contact others, they do it in different ways. People can use spoken language or other forms of communication. Since the different societies of the world have set up some norms that help them live in their respective communities, those customs are still believed to depend on people’s beliefs and they depict the level of education and obedience of the people.

In this vein, people have to learn how to behave towards others, young toward old and vice versa; men toward women and each category... (more)

Tags: lifestlye, politeness

Not a Dog But a True Rescuer

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Mar 8, 2011

African dogs are known for being good hunters and not rescuers. But this dog’s story seems to convey some meanings to Africans who never value domestic animals except in case they can be sold to get money or slaughtered for their skin, meat and bones.

This Kenyan dog was searching for food for her new born puppies when he discovered a hidden human baby in the forest. This baby girl was two weeks old but abandoned to the forest’s sake. It has been proved than the majority of babies who are born and abandoned are girls. So, the dog discovered the baby girl in a forest south of the capital... (more)

Tags: baby, dog, girl, rescue, kenya

The Dishonour of Child Labor in Africa

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Feb 14, 2011

In Africa, most children help with the work in their homes. Accordingly, they do things like washing clothes, cleaning the house, shopping, cooking, looking after very young children and even plowing in the field. In small families, it can’t be difficult for parents to do this by themselves. But in big families, it is impossible and children have to do their share of the work. This is important because it teaches useful life skills at a young age.

However, there is a big difference between normal family duties and giving children so much to do that they cannot go to school and have little... (more)

Tags: child, africa, labor, dishonor

USA President Achieves Remarkable Victories

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Dec 23, 2010

The exultant day for Obama is very momentous and a strong warning to his adversaries. The signing of the don't tell bill, don't ask is finally a reality. This depicts a positive and motivating end of this year and a new start of the coming one. Actually, this means that reports of his political demise are greatly exaggerated.

In fact, it would be nonsense to note President Obama off. The GOP now has a great shot in 2012, but 23 months is a very long time in politics. President Obama is showing an impressive new ruthlessness with his liberal base that will augur well for him in a national... (more)

Tags: usa, president, achieve, remarkable, victories.

A country with Two Presidents and Two Governments

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Dec 21, 2010

Ivory Coast went to the polls last November 28. Ivorians cast their votes for their new president but the first round did not produce any president for this country. This opened a second round, which generated turmoil. In fact, the incumbent president Laurent Gbagbo and the opposition leader Alassane Ouattara claimed victory each. This situation has caused lots of confusion as both candidates strongly believe they have been legally elected by the population. They both were sworn in the same day but at different hours for ruling the country but Ouattara is recognized in Africa and beyond as... (more)

Tags: country, presidents, governments.

Wikileaks Emits USA Diplomatic Secrets: Ms Clinton Reacts.

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Nov 30, 2010

Everything started this year, Sunday, November 28th, 2010. This is the date when Wikileaks started publishing more than 251,280 leaked United States embassy cables. This is considered to be the largest set of top secret documents ever to be on the loose into the public domain. And the documents contained here will give people around the world an unprecedented insight into the US Government's foreign activities.

This particularly concerns the different USA embassies based in different countries on the globe. As earlier stated these cables are believed to date from 1966 to the end... (more)


African Youth Face up to Life

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Nov 30, 2010

The African continent engorges a great number of young people. It is said that that 60 percent of Africa's population is below the age of 30. Accordingly, if the young people are supported as to deal with the challenges they face, they can build their future in a positive way. The African youth face challenges to permanent life realities. The youth is always defied the harsh facts of globalization and different other categories of development. Actually the line of attack to such confrontations carry some much weight and thus, can turn what is seemingly negative into a strength.

The truth... (more)

Tags: youth, life, african, face

Egypt Removes Sex Education on National Program

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Nov 23, 2010

Removing sex education program from the national curriculum is a big step backwards in Egypt. People should have access to education in a holistic way. However, Egypt’s education ministry has instructed schools not to teach lessons on reproduction and propagation methods, fertilization genetics, and anatomical illustrations of the male and female reproductive systems.

In respect to the above arguments, the Ministry of Education compelled teachers to disregard chapters on these subjects in existing biology textbooks, and new textbooks have been printed that omit the lessons. Accordingly,... (more)

Tags: education, sex, remove, egypt, programme.

Great Fears of People About the Future

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Nov 12, 2010

This expose is considering some of the reasons why people fear the future. However, it is also depicting why we can be so very convinced that life on this earth will not end the way people believe it will. Besides, there is some perfect reasons for confidence, despite the restraining facts you are about to go through here below.

It should be noted that the threat of nuclear war remains highly painted in many people’s minds. In fact, not since the very first atomic bombs shelled Hiroshima and Nagasaki in Japan has the world affronted such terrifying choices. This is a strong concern since... (more)

Tags: great, fears, future.

The African Grand Master of Polygamy

By MUGISHO N.THEOPHILE, published on Nov 9, 2010

For those who believe in the Holy Bible, for one Adam God created one Eve. However, some people never follow this divine principle. Some of them believe the many wives one amasses, the more powerful he becomes. Others exchange women just like clothes because they consider them as objects, as flowers that fade and so new ones are needed. Other people seek different women for sexual satisfaction. The reasons are as various as the ants on the ground.

Normally, a woman is a helper and not an object for pleasure. As helper, the wife also becomes a friend. In this way she is actually a person... (more)

Tags: african, master, polygamy

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