THE TALKING SNAKE - Uganda is still bleeding
HAM ELISHA KAIMA is a refugee. Born the son of a Ugandan tribal Prince, Ham saw his country ripped apart in the civil unrest that followed the gaining of independence from the British in 1962. He and his family lived through corrupt regimes. He saw his father murdered, his family torn apart, his business ruined, and his life shattered during the reigns of Obote and Amin.
He had to flee to Britain. In exile in a country he calls his new home, Ham still longs for a united Uganda. When the refugee problem had never been more significant, Ham Kaima set out the background of the civil war and the current corruption still raw in Uganda.
As a privileged listener at his father's side, he got inside information on the dealings that broke his country's back. He tells of the murders, the raping, the plundering of a once beautiful country. He analyses the causes and effects, looks and hopes for a better future, and presents his own and other people's views.
He makes a plaintive call for unity. As a Christian, he still firmly believes that man will come to his senses - but not until he is driven to the brink. Ham's story will touch every free man and woman's heart, mind and soul.
It is an epic tale of a country's tragedy, suffering and destruction, which he felt had to be put on paper to show the actual perspective of Uganda's destruction.
Ham E Kaima still cannot believe man's inhumanity to man, the lust for power, and the ease with which people can kill.
In this book, he shows you why Uganda is still bleeding today by stating,
"I am disclosing a secret knowledge of reciprocity behind war and peace. We need to forget the tears of the past and follow a new route of prosperity and happiness. When we don't look back to see where we came from, we may find ourselves stranded.
We cannot stop what happened, but we can prevent it from happening again".
In this novel, The Talking Snake, Uganda is bleeding Ham. E. Kaima - gives you the history and its daunting past, and he then ensures that you never forget it by narrating a true story in which he clearly shows you the atrocity's impact on its people.
This book will explain why Uganda, the pearl of Africa, is still bleeding even over 50 years of independence. And he lays out the solution to the nation's problems.
Publisher - Business Link Bureau Ltd (a JoeNeDoe Company)
Author(s) - Ham Kaima
Published Date - September 27 2022
ISBN - 9781804670729
Dimensions - 21 x 14.8 x 1.6 cm
Page Count - 278
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