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Jonathan Musere

Jonathan Musere

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Jonathan Musere the Scribbler

Jonathan Musere the Scribbler

Favorite sites include the coms or orgs livescience sciencedaily, whfoods, boxrec, sports-reference, iaaf, universalsports, bestplaces, blackplanet, allafrica, amazon; and news, sports, science, and health, odd news articles on Yahoo.
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Articles : 43
Since : 30/05/2011
Category : Lifestyle

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Jonathan Musere: "Africa the Dark Continent According to Foreigners"

Jonathan Musere: "Africa the Dark Continent According to Foreigners"

Though the phrase, concept, or application "Dark Continent" has existed for at least four centuries, increasingly over time it came to be more significantly bestowed on Africa, more prevalently on "black" or sub-Saharan Africa. Over the recent past centuries, the region was increasingly inundated by foreign prospectors, adventurers, explorers, miss

John "The Matador Munduga" : Famous Ugandan Boxer

Pugilist John Munduga, a Lugbara of northwestern Uganda ancestry was one of the nation's top boxers during his amateur career of the late 1970's and early 1980's. He was conspicuous for his lean build and tallness. Though he was in the lower weight classes, he was slightly over 6 feet tall. He has been regarded as one of the most skillful of Uganda

John Akii-Bua and Uganda's National 110 Meters-Hurdles' Record

The literature mainly attributes the 110 meters-hurdles' Uganda national record to Jean-Baptiste Okello, courtesy of his personal best of 14.48 seconds that he established at the Olympics of 1960 in Rome. However, there is proof that John Akii-Bua established the national record in 1970 at the Commonwealth Games in Edinburgh. This record seems to h

ERASMUS SAMUEL A.O AMUKUN: UGANDA SPRINTER AND CANADIAN GEOLOGIST

Erasmus Samuel A.O. Amukun was born on November 27th 1940 in Ngora in Kumi in Eastern Uganda. He is best known for his exploits as a collegiate and international sprinter and as a professional geologist. He represented Uganda at the British Empire Commonwealth Games, at the Olympic Games, and at the East and Central African Games. Amukun is also cr

Henry Morton Stanley on Uganda as the "Pearl of Africa"

"Since my return from Africa, I have persistently maintained that so long as there are no facilities of transport between Lake Victoria and the sea, nothing in the way of progress can be hoped for from East Africa. Just as Stanley Pool on the Congo is our objective in West Africa, we must take the Victoria Nyanza as our objective in East Africa. Th

John Baker Muwanga: "Undefeated" Uganda Boxing Champion

John Baker Muwanga, one of the best regarded of Uganda's boxing champions, was born on April 2nd 1956 in the vicinity of Kampala, growing up in Nsambya. Joseph Nsubuga, another of Uganda's renowned former boxers, was Muwanga's older half-brother. Equally unique and fascinating is how Muwanga started boxing, how he progressed, and why and how he han

John "The Matador" Munduga: Uganda Boxing Champion, Captain, and Professional Boxer

Pugilist John Munduga, a Lugbara of northwestern Uganda ancestry was one of the nation's top boxers during his amateur career of the late 1970's and early 1980's. He was conspicuous for his lean build and tallness. Though he was in the lower weight classes, he was slightly over 6 feet tall. He has been regarded as one of the most skillful of Uganda

Ayub Kalule: Countdown to the Fight with Sugar Ray Leonard

Ayub Kalule, born in January 1954, is unanimously regarded as the gem of Uganda boxers. Among his significant amateur accolades are the Africa (Kampala), Commonwealth Games (Christchurch), and World Championship (Havana) victories all achieved in 1974. Kalule was crowned Africa Sportsman of the Year for 1974. Kalule whose father was a Kampala butch