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Little Mogadishu

Uganda contributes the biggest percentage of troops to African Union Mission in Somalia (Amisom). Uganda People’s Defence Forces (UPDF) went to Somalia in 2007 and contigent consists of 5,700 troops at any one time of the total 16,723. Uganda is highly credited for contributing towards the stability of the country in the Horn of Africa.


Uganda has a training base north of the capital Kampala known as the Peace Support Training Centre at Singo, in Nakaseke district.



6,000 troops have undergone trainin at this centre also known as ‘Little Mogadishu’SAM_0409


Pepsi Marks 20 Years In Uganda


Photo of the day: Stay Alive

This post has been inspired by one of the photographers I look up. He an inspiration to me and its a pleasure to be working with him. This guy is Edward Echwalu. In his latest blog post 50 Tips for African Photographers he says, “Many have said it before me. Allow me repeat it too. No picture is worth your life. If it is dangerous, move away immediately.”   And I totally agree with him. Live to take other photos than die or get injured for one picture.

A photographer part UK's Trainers at the Peace Support Centre in Singo takes a picture of part of battalion 11 during their drills before heading to Somalia. This was during the visit of UK's Minister for Africa

Kampala at night – 01

Kampala by night 01I am going to run pictures taken around Kampala City at night. Here is the first one.

Shooting Cricket

Uganda BatsmanA Ugandan batsman takes a swing t the ball during the recently concluded Pepsi ICC Africa Region Division one T20 Tournament that was held in Kampala.

Uganda the defending champions only managed  only managed 137/10. Our poor batting was a big let down.

Kenya emerged the winner but Uganda also qualifies  for the  T20 World Cup qualifiers later this year in the UAE. The Bowler


















I acquired a D7000 recently and these are some of my 1st shots at the cricket oval


Photo of The Day: The Dance

The Dance

The Dance

A dancer performs at the inaugural HiPipo Music Awards ceremony held yesterday (Feb 9, 2013) at Theatre Labonita. It was a night full of fun, surprises and lessons for the organizers.

Below is a list of the winners:

HiPipo Music Awards 2013 Winners

1. Artist of the Year Bebe Cool
2. Best Male Artist Mathias Walukaga
3. Best Female Artist Rema
4. Best Breakthrough Artist Rema
5. Best Artist in Diaspora Fyonna Nsubuga
6. Best Artist on Social Media Navio
7. Best Young/Teen Artist Young Zee
8. Best On Stage Performer Vampino
9. Best Audio Producer Hannz Tactiq
10. Best Video Producer Seasons – Kim/XP
11. Album of the Year Book of Kirya by Maurice Kirya
12. Video of the Year One and Only By Navio
13. Song of the Year Bakoowu by Mathias Walukaga
14. Best HIP HOP Song One and Only By Navio
15. Best R&B Song Oli Wange by Rema
16. Best RAGGA-DANCEHALL Song Tebakusobola by Yung Mulo
17. Best REGGAE Song Missing you by Bebe Cool and Rema
18. Best GOSPEL Song Body Guard by Emron and Sizzaman
19. Best BAND Song Bwolonda by Chris Evans
20. Best KADONGO KAMU Song Bakoowu by Mathias Walukaga
21. Best ZOUK Song Valu Valu by Jose Chameleone
22. Best AFROPOP and SOUL Song Zina by Viboyo Ft Vampino and Benon
23. Best AFROBEAT Song Jennifer by Bobi Wine
24.Best HiPipo Charts Artist


Rainbow of Murchison Falls

Rainbows are forever

Rainbows are forever

I shot this image at the spot where Murchison Falls starts. Our guide assured us that rainbows are part of the scenery here. One is likely to find multiple rainbows at this spot anytime of the day.