Song for His Excellency Mr President (((((TUBONGE NAAWE SONG))))

Song for His Excellency Mr President (((((TUBONGE NAAWE SONG))))

STANZA 1
The sun rises for you, our dear leader
It rules for life
I wish humans could live forever,
You would also rule, rule for life like the sun

CHORUS
Long live, long live Museveni x2
Long live, long live, senior Minister Janet
Long live, long live, senior commander Muhoozi
Long live, long live, Operation wealth creation
Tubonga namwe.

STANZA 2
Like the moon lights the night, dear leader
So should you light up darkness in our homes
From kisoro to kotido
From Mpondwe to Busia.

STANZA 3
We’ll sing for you forever
When you give us decent education
When we get medicines in our hospitals
When youths get decent jobs.

STANZA 4
Farmers love you, dear leader
Although they are poor for too long
Poverty won’t take their love though
As long as you work on plight.

STANZA 5
Like this song is too long for a song
And my audience begs that I leave the stage
As every good song, just like every good leader
Should bow off the stage, nange ngenze

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Meek Mill EXPOSES Drake, This Just Got Worst For Him!

This Is Quentin Miller, the Man Meek Mill Claims Is Drake’s Ghostwriter

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Last night, Rap Twitter erupted when Meek Mill let a few things off his chest, the biggest being the allegation that Drake doesn’t write his own raps, including the guest verse for “R.I.C.O.,” which appears on Meek’s latest album, Dreams Worth More Than Money. Minutes after Meek made his claims, OG Maco chimed in, tweeting pictures of credits from recent Drake songs and highlighting the name Quentin Miller. Meek later tweeted the name, as well.
Now, the question everybody’s asking this morning: Who in the hell is Quentin Miller, and is he really Drake’s ghostwriter?

Here’s what we do know: Miller is an Atlanta rapper, currently part of a group called WDNG Crshrs. Complex premiered their new video two months ago, along with their latest mixtape. However, a connection to Drake and OVO is apparent through social media. PARTYNEXTDOOR follows him on Twitter. Maco called attention to Miller via credits on songs from If You’re Reading This It’s Too Late, but Miller’s connection to OVO began popping up via Drake’s BFF and frequent video skit star OVO Ryan, as early as six months before that album’s mixtape’s release.

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The photo above is dated 28 weeks old, and here’s another one from the same week where he’s pictured with more OVO members, and standing right beside Drake. The association was enough to spur savvy fans on KanyeToThe to speculate if Miller was a new member of OVO officially. As seen in this thread, there were numerous other tweets and Instagrams that were very quickly deleted.

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Miller’s name appears on five songs from IYRTITL: “10 Bands,” “Know Yourself,” “No Tellin,” “Used To,” and “6 Man.” He’s also credited on “R.I.C.O.,” the song that ignited this whole conspiracy. Meek claims he “found out” Drake didn’t write his verse for the song after the album was released and that if he had known, he would’ve removed it. Apparently this sentiment is why Drake didn’t socially supportDreams Worth More Than Money. OG Maco’s manager, Steven Dingle, chimed in as well:

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Poem About Life.

Poem about Life

Evelyn Masaba

This has been resounding in my head since I woke up, so instead of #MyStory, I am sharing “The Poem About Life” by Paulo Coelho. imageWhat I learned in life is: That no matter how good a person is,          Sometimes they can hurt you & because of this we must forgive. It takes years to build trust and only seconds to destroy it .. We don’t have to change friends if we understand that friends change.. The circumstances and the environment influence on our lives,         but we are the one who responsible for ourselves.. That you have to control your acts or they will control you.. That patience requires much practice.. that there are people who love us,          but simply don’t know how to show it.. That sometimes the person you think will hurt you and make you fall.. image Is instead…

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UEFA CHAMPIONS LEAGUE DRAW 2015/2016

uefa champions
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GROUP A
-PSG
-REAL MADRID.
-SHAKHTAR DONESTK
-MALMO FF
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GROUP B
-PSV
-MAN UTD.
-CSKA MOSCOW
-WOLFSBURG
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GROUP C
– BENIFA FC.
-ATLETICO MADRID.
-GALATASARAY
-ASTANA
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GROUP D
-JUVENTUS
-MAN CITY.
-SEVILLA
-MONCHENGLADBACH
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GROUP E
-BARCELONA.
-LEVERKUSEN.
-AS ROMA
-BATE.
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GROUP F
-BAYERN MUCHEN.
-ARSENAL.
-OLYMPIACOS.
-DINAMO ZAGREB.
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GROUP G
-CHELSEA.
-FC PORTO
-DYNAMO KYIV
-MACCABI TEL-AVIV
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GROUP H
– ZENIT.
-VALENCIA.
-LYON
-GENT
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Making Conversation: How to Think Up Good Comments

The Daily Post

Here on The Daily Post, we’re always advising you to build blog relationships by leaving substantive comments on other people’s posts. That’s easy enough to say, but how do you think of more to say than “Great post!” when all you can think to say is, well, “Great post!”

I often have trouble coming up with things to say — both in blog commenting sections and at parties. Here are some questions I ask myself when I want to leave a comment on a post but find I’m at a loss for words: 

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Kick-Start Your Comments

The Daily Post

Blogging is 50% self-expression, 50% community — bloggers who don’t want to connect with others are few and far between, and most of us get a little frisson of excitement every time we’re notified that one of our posts has moved someone enough to leave a comment.

If your comment section is populated mainly by tumbleweeds, never fear! Try one (or all) of these to up the odds of starting a conversation with your readers:

  • Have an opinion. Opinions are the lifeblood of blogs — your unique perspective gets us reading, and reacting to that perspective gets us commenting. You may want to appeal to the widest audience by keeping your blog blandly balanced, but you’ll miss out on the thing that makes blogs compelling: point of view. Without a point of view, you won’t get negative comments… but you won’t get positive ones, either. (Worried about being too blunt? We’ve got some tips that’ll help.)

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