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OMULANGIRA Mathias Ssekanjako
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Size: 5.5" x 8.5"
Binding: Perfect Bound
ISBN: 9781648581625
OMULANGIRA (THE PRINCE) Omukuluulo gwa Niccolo Machiavelli Ekitabo kino ekimanyiddwa ennyo mu by’obufuzi kya wandiikibwa Niccolo Machiavelli nga attotola embeera ba nabyabufuzi gye bawangaaliramu. Omuwandiisi Mathias Ssekanjako akikuddidemu mu Luganda olulimi lwasinga okuwomerwa nga ayagala otegere bulungi omuzannyo gw’ebyobufuzi, kubanga bwotegera enzannya yaggwo tosobola kubeera munnyikaavu olw’ebyo ebigenda mu maaso. Nkozeseza ebigambo ebituunkaana n’embera eriwo era nonzeyo emilamwa egyo gyokka gyendowooza nti gigasa omusomi waffe.
Paul the Victim Mathias Ssekanjako
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ISBN: 9781645508960
I have much pleasure to present this book in the English version so that even those readers who cannot understand Luganda can enjoy the beauty of Ugandan literature. This book is originally known as “Paulo Kirimuttu” was written by C S Kalinda in Luganda. It is first translated into English by Omega M Ssekanjako in 2020. It portrays a story of a young man who wrestled with the norms of the traditional society as a result of his exposure to Western culture. In the end, he was psychologically, emotionally and mentally traumatized and he committed suicide. The English author of this book Mathias Omega Ssekanjako is a junior writer who has a great zeal to promote African literature to ...
Thou Shall Not Marry Mathias Ssekanjako
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ISBN: 9781633182240
Find out the secret behind clerical celibacy for the Roman Catholic Church and the reasons why the church is not likely to change its position on this tradition soon. Also learn how the church makes a disfavor to itself by denying ordination of female priests. Thou Shall Not Marry is a collection and analysis of Articles from Journals, Commentaries, Newspapers and opinions of both clergymen as well as laity regarding clerical celibacy in Roman Catholic Church.