This is an interactive conversation from the fourth panel at #WLS2019 Kampala, Uganda. The panel was moderated by Ivan Ojakol, and included; Alexander Twinokwesiga, founder of Tumaini Chambers, Marvin Peters Akankwasa, founder of Social Lend Africa, Doreen Nawali, associate at MMAKS Advocates and Sagesse Magezi, CEO of Justice Bot.
The Mbarara, Uganda based 91. 2 CroozeFM hosted me for their feature story, to share on Runyankole-Rukiga culture, it's documentation, and transition through generations.
It will be published as a news story, on croozefm.com, and is here as a podcast.
Nasawali Phame, of Humans Of Uganda, came by The Village. After having breakfast, he pigad a few pichas, and asked a couple of questions in trying to piece my story together. We shared about growing through it challenges, and using them as a foundation to define the essence of our lives.
Hawa and I had a chat about her birth in Senegal, growth in France, and definition in Canada, and how her foundation and experiences have influenced her pursuit of art, and the demystification of her identity, beliefs, purpose, and perspectives.
I met with my friend Eric Onyango Othieno, when he visited Kampala over the weekend of June 22-23, 2019. In this podcast, we derive from our experiences to chat about trauma as the foundation upon which most of our mental discomfort rests, and detail insight into some of the processes that might help us obtain much needed mental wellness for both individuals and communities. Enjoy.
This, is an interactive conversation with my boys, in which we chat about what it means to return to and adapt to living and working in Uganda, Cryptocurrency, Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, Pseudo-Experts, Work Ethic, Computer Programming, Education, Entrepreneurship, Friendship, and This Kampala Life.
Agrace Atuhaire hosted me for a conversation on her show, Feature With Wakili Agrace. It's audio is what you hear here, and the video is available on my YouTube channel (Alexander Twinokwesiga). Enjoy.