I, for more than ten years, wrote and taught people how to be famous, make money, and how to endure, as they led their countries, for more years, than presidents in Cameroon and Uganda have done. I was, for more than seven years, homeless and mind-bogglingly poverty-stricken, unmarried (yet hugely followed)
I am glad I recently climbed up a mountain in Seguku, stayed there for almost a month (meditating and praying, and fasting for 31 days). I discovered a few more things that I would have filled my mind more than five years ago.
I have chosen never again to mind about what this world, that doesn’t know anything about looking for, enduring success and the rocky paths we have used to glittering things.
I have decided to change my name from Sekka Bagenda to Sekayima Erasto. I have decided that I will refrain from saying the entire truth, revealing the unspeakable things that politicians in Uganda do. I want to, in 2024 make my way into active politics.
I have sat down with my handlers and have been directed to, through writing, tell exactly why this country is full of cowards and to caution a section of sectional thinkers who have told ordinary men, in streets that the only source of poverty in Uganda is president Museveni, who came to power in 1986.
I was born in poverty. Brought up by a single mother and taught more than ten lessons by close relatives, I have seen impossible things happening, after ambitious people tried, continuously, and worked, hard. I know that there is nothing one may not achieve, if they stopped talking and worked, for long, and hard.
I thank the late Hadijah Nakitende (proprietor of the Sunrise Newspaper, edited by Henry Lutaaya). She believed in me and made sure, I became a rare writer.
I thank Ramathan Ggoobi, for working and he has seen himself somewhere, near power and (the) rare top. Hadijah Nakitende mentored us, both. I am now (yours truly) Sekayima Erasto.
I will explain to the shocked world why I have decided to start all over again. (dropping the mighty name, and regretting why I acted the other way). 0756 717 967. We are sorry Uganda.