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Bwambale Robert Musubaho’s 37th Birthday Party

Posted: Sun, September 04, 2016 | By: Kasese Humanist Primary School



I today had a belated mini party at my residence celebrating my Birth Day whose actual date is 28th August.

I turned sweet 37 and am glad am still living, I had to push it forward because I wanted to enjoy it with the Kenyan Journalists who are keenly working on a documentary about my string of projects am working upon in this part of the world as I send a signal that secularism rocks.

To those who don’t know I am just a simple guy living a free life free from mythical, mystic, spiritual irrational elements and a great fan of humanism/atheism and science advancement. Most of my projects put humanity at the center of solving problems.

I strongly believe that all the problems and challenges facing humanity and the wider biodiversity can only be solved with intervention of we the people, it does not matter where you are and where you come from but together as global citizens we can make this world a better place.

Among the people present at the event was my entire family (my wife, My daughter & Son, Grande ; one of my favorite local artist who is just coming up and whom I am trying to promote, a section of the neighbors in my locality, my wife’s family members , The Jane Shrimpton Clinic Medic, some teachers at the Rukoki Campus plus the journalists who covered the event.

We had social moments, lots of eats, drinks, soft music and sharing together my Birth Day cake as a gesture of fraternity.

Am so thankful to my parents who brought me into this world, I appreciate their role in shaping me up into someone who at least has some small contribution in developing my area economically, socially and financially. I am so thankful to my mentors and role models in my life; I appreciate the teachers who helped shape my knowledge and am very happy living a life free from mythical,allegorical, irrational superstitious elements.

Attached are some of the pictures of the events as they unfolded when celebrating my birth Day.

More information about my works is available online at http://kasesehumanistschool.webs.com

With Science, we can progress.



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