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Father taught me about Social Media without a Smart Phone (VIDEO)

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Mayi, know that on this village, everyone is related to you. Do not go off abusing anyone.

When in public, respect everyone you meet.

When you go to the market, should you see a mad man abusing people using BigWords,do not judge him or join in rebuking him. You do not know his story.  He might be abusing people who deserve it. Or maybe he is having a bad day.

Respect your teachers. A teacher is a GIFT.
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Okay Papa, I get it.

FAST FORWARD.

When we were in the apartment in Nakasero just a short run to State House and All Saints Cathedral, we got a phone. By this time, we have learned our manners. We also got the Uganda Telephone Directory.

Our phone was cute. To die for. We now could use the phone. We had unlimited free calling withing Uganda.

This one evening, Mzee returns from work and finds me seating in front of the phone. I have the Phone Directory and I am calling random numbers.

He gives me a stun look “Why are you calling strangers?”

MLN: “Because their numbers are public. See here, they are here”.

Naturally, he banned me from using the phone for a week. It was hell. However, this fight wasn’t over. I am allowed on the phone finally (after a decade). I asked him why people make their information public if they do not want to be contacted?

My father had the patience of an angel. He threw me outside to go beat up my brothers as heeorked on a come back.

PHOTO of Daniel Nangalma, Martha Leah Nangalama

Mayi Leah, Public is not for public consumption. You only call people you know. You do not go around gicing people your unsolicited opinion unless they asked you for it. They might have their information in the Directory for their families to locate them”.

I now see Ugandans Museveni’s Immunized Baijukurucommenting on random posts on Social Media as if anyone asked for their unemployed opinion. I see people taking my WhatsApp and contacting me with “tsup, hia swiri” and I wonder if these kids were raised by Emiyayu or Emisegge.

MARTHA LEAH NANGALAMA
*** Daniel Nangalama was a Telecommunications Engineer trained in UK and Japan. He lives in me.

https://youtu.be/hjfM6NiMGG4

He Lives in You
Diana Ross
Ingonyama nengw’ enamabala
Ingonyama nengw’ enamabala
Night and the spirit of life calling
Oh, oh, iyo, mamela
And the voice with the fear of a child answers
Iyo iyo, mamela
Wait, there’s no mountain too great
Hear these words and have faith
Oh, oh, iyo
Have faith
Hela hey mamela, hela hey mamela
Hela hey mamela, hela hey mamela
He lives in you, he lives in me
He watches over everything we see
Into the waters, into the truth
In your reflection, he lives in you
Dream, and the voice in the wind whispers
Iyo mamela
Wait, there’s no mountain too great
Hear these words and have faith, oh, oh, iyo
He lives in you, he lives in me
He watches over everything we see
Into the waters, into the truth
In your reflection, he lives in you
Ingonyama nengw’ enamabala
Ingonyama…

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—— AUTO – GENERATED; Published (Halifax Canada Time AST) on: February 17, 2020 at 10:20AM

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