About Suubi

Suubi is another important news line fighting for democracy in Uganda because talking and fighting for democracy is not a crime. Ssubi means ‘Hope’. Our perception of the way of fighting for democracy and defending will depend on mostly keeping hope in the people of Uganda. It is also well known that people fighting for democracy face prolonged suffering, torture and intimidation in most of the developing countries, a reason why most Ugandans are now afraid of being associated with politics in their country.

Ssubi has its roots to another forum called Ugandans At Heart (UAH) which has been operation for some years now.

Possible famous quotes on ‘Hope’ include the following:

Once you choose hope, anything’s possible.  ~Christopher Reeve

Things which you do not hope happen more frequently than things which you do hope.  ~Titus Maccius Plautus

Hope is some extraordinary spiritual grace that God gives us to control our fears, not to oust them.  ~Vincent McNabb

If one truly has lost hope, one would not be on hand to say so.  ~Eric Bentley

2 Responses to About Suubi

  1. Benjamin says:

    A very dangerous development indeed! Hopefully, the international community is proactively more alert this time than it has been before in Kenya, Zimbabwe and Ivory Coast! God save Uganda! God save Ugandans!!

  2. Benjamin says:

    P.S: May I suggest that we correct the spelling of “Ssubi”, which literally means “grass” (Luganda) to “Suubi”, that means HOPE (Luganda)!


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