IT’S ME AND YOU NOT CAROLINE KANGOGO ANYMORE

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Why is it that we are ready to look at the specks in our brothers’ eyes when we have our own? Do you think your case is far much different from Caroline’s? Talking of facts, her case isn’t much different to our personal struggles and encounters that we tent to keep them to ourselves. The only difference that sets in, is that they are exposed to media and social platforms where the public could access such information then all run into making uncouth conclusions and creating different versions of the same story.

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Her ramifications a times resembles exactly what you and I are going through and at a point have ever thought of. A random question; Given chance and opportunity to express and solve all you fear, anxieties and worries without condemnation, what rings to your mind first? It’s such, whose answer depicts the sides of our stories that resemble Kagongo’s story when exposed.

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How I wish she could have expressed a copy of her story and the trauma she has been going through even and before being crowned the “murderer” title. Maybe we could have all learnt from this and sober up our minds. That aside, we could have reflected on what our personal struggles look like and how we ought to go about them before it too late.

It’s not matters to do with earning and being financially stable, putting on a smiling face or helping others within your vicinity. Is your potion of peace with you? Are you settled and enjoying life to the fullest? Are you contended?

Thinking of such, the case isn’t for Carolyne Kagongo alone rather everyone’s.

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