Egoism is ONLY natural as my people say, “A big earthworm one wishes it to one’s own chicken!” However if alone you read through the prologue of “Destined to Triumph”, it is seen that there is supernatural hand in the making of the book. Believers would say, “God inspired”.
"Destined to Triumph" - it is a story of an African child who has seen it all. His story poses a universal question about what is the return on investment in education in Uganda/Africa. With Africa remaining crawling technologically when the rest of the world is running, he suggests a new leadership paradigm shift that will enthrone universities/university leaders as the guardians of political and socio-economic accountability.
I Pray That You Respond Positively To This Call And Support The Book For It To Make It To Editors Table And Be Selected On 30/09/11, So That Sooner Than Later, The Book’s Deliverance Message Makes The Intended Impact Of Shaking Off Those Good For Nothing "Leaders" In Uganda And Great Africa. Fellow authonomists are calling too:
James Apologist wrote 27 days ago [send message] [reply]
Members! I suggest taking a good look at this book . The author appears to be an up and coming leader of his country with some great ideas. In another ten years, whenever you read about Uganda, you may be reading about Julius as well most of the time. James Apologist [END]
Stark Silvercoin wrote 84 days ago [send message] [reply]
… I was fascinated by this man, not much older than me, who chose to try to change his world, which by both his and every other account I’ve ever read, is probably one of the most corrupt and horrible places on Earth. …
I’m also fascinated that Babyetsiza chooses a non-violent path for this change and instead uses his intelligence and his writing skills…
I don’t know if Destined to Triumph can change the world, but this moving tale could make a big impact on Uganda, and I wish him well in that endeavor [END]