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Saturday, 15 April 2017

TRUE STORY OF JOSEPH JJUUKO. HOW HE WAS STUDIED UP UNIVERSITY AS A POOR LITTLE BOY FROM AFRICAN.

TRUE STORY OF JOSEPH JJUUKO. HOW HE WAS STUDIED UP UNIVERSITY AS A POOR LITTLE BOY FROM AFRICAN.


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I was born in Lwabenge, a sub-county of Kalungu district, Uganda.
I grew up in deep village with my Dad; who was a poor peasant farmer. My mum had divorced in my infancy stage. We were over ten children at home. Subsistence Farming was the only source of income at home. 
I studied only in public schools until I was completed high school; public schools was the only optional to my poor dad.  There things like spending hungry at school and being chased out of class due lack of school fees; “ I always shed out tears when I remember such moments”
I tried all my best to continue to University, but there was no way forward. First of all; I was poor and no had money in our family to afford university bills. My father had already tried to sell his garden of sweet potatoes, but there was no one to buy it. Everything in my life turned dark.
I vowed  to die trying, than to live lest of my life uneducated. So when dates of university intake drew near, I left home and start looking for any sort of work possible with aim of raising school fees. The beginning was not easy, I once chased away from building site after having submitted my job application just for no proper reason. I wrote more than ten applications for job and all were rejected. I hated everything about myself and I wished my life was ending because I had nothing to eat, and I had nothing like coin in my pocket since I had spend all money over renting. I spent several days without eating, I started admire to eat from a pit just to be alive. Once I tried to sell a pint of blood for 25,000UGX (~$6) at Byansi clinic, so I could eat. I could wake up early in the morning and start looking for any sort of work, many people ignored me, but I never quit. I asked door to door and person per person to see if I can be employed. I kept crying for help, but there was no to help.
My life was not worth living. Often sleeping to “forget the misery of hunger”. I could eat water just to keep life going on. Once I moped a neighbor’s floor and compound, just all to survive.
After two weeks; I managed to get my first job, it was to lift and arranging poles for fence in the market yard. I could never exceed 2,000UGX per day for all period I spent there; the money that was not even enough for one meal, but I do submitted and act all my best. I worked there for few weeks and left for pottering at building site. I got very many injuries from building site, but I always found myself working just very hard. I learned to accept any sort of work, and I cut down on all unnecessary expenses.
The most hurtful thing I can never forget was pottering at certain building site for a full week and paid nothing, I demanded my money for almost a month and eventually I was cheated.
I came to realize that no person is beyond God’s help and that no tragedy is so great that God  cannot comfort us, and always try your best even if you fail keep trying, God sees your passion and persistence. It was like other mornings. I was at building site, there was a certain family from Sweden just on other side of the site taking breakfast. I approached the family and kindly ask them to connect me to any Education sponsor in their country if was possible.  It took like one hour and I was called back to them. They asked for my contact and they  promised  pay all school fees . Now I am  studying  Bsc. Computer science and information technology at Kampala University.
This has taught me that problems are only opportunities with thorns on them.  Always try your best even if you fail keep trying, God sees your passion and persistence. Keep moving forward; even with tears in your eyes.

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT.
I really thank the family of Ahlnêr( Mrs.Emelie, Mr.Christer, Mrs.Ida,  Mrs. Ann Louise Lollo, and Others) in Sweden. You made me what I am today and what I will be in future. You’ve made my future bright. You deserve more than just a “ thanks”.


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TRUE STORY OF KFC’ COLONEL SANDERS;HE WAS FAILED MORE TIMES, HE ALWAYS PICK UP HIS COURAGE AND STAND AGAIN UNTIL HE WAS SUCCEEDED .

TRUE STORY OF KFC’ COLONEL SANDERS;HE WAS FAILED MORE TIMES, HE ALWAYS PICK UP HIS COURAGE AND STAND AGAIN UNTIL HE WAS SUCCEEDED .

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KFC( Kentucky Fried Chicken)
Have you been rejected or disappointed time and time? Well colonel Harland sanders, founder of Kentucky fried chicken, did. But he took his failures and didn’t just make lemonade-he made the world a better place.

Colonel Harland Sanders, born September 9, 1890 in Henryville. His father worked part time, doing some errands of farmers in Henryville. Mother did not work, as she had to take care of the children.
 When the Colonel was six, his father died. His mother was
forced to go to work, and young. Sanders had to take care of his three−year−old brother
and baby sister. This meant doing much of the family cooking.

By the age of seven, he was a master of a score of regional dishes. At age 10, he got his first job working on a nearby
farm for $2 a month. When he was 12, his mother remarried and he left his home near
Henryville, Ind., for a job on a farm in Greenwood, Ind. He held a series of jobs over the
next few years, first as a 15−year−old streetcar conductor in New Albany.

At 16 years, he faked his age to enlist in the United state army. After being honorably discharged a year later, he got hired by the railway as a laborer. However he got fired for fighting with his coworker. While he worked for the railway, he studied law..until he ruined his legal career by getting another fight. Sanders was forced back to move back in with his mom and get a job selling life insurance.  
In 1908, having stable income Sanders married Josephine King. He had three children, but his son died at  an early age. He got fired for insubordination. His wife Josephine left him taken the children back to his parent’s home. Her brother later wrote Sanders a letter where he said: “she had no business marrying a no-good fellow like you who can’t hold a job”. Over the years he tried a lot of other jobs, but did not find any, which he could work at for a long time. But this guy wouldn’t give up.

In 1920, he founded a ferry boat company, later; he tried cashing in his ferry boat business to create a lamp manufacturing company only to find out that another company already sold a better version of his lamp. Poor guy couldn’t catch a break.
Approximate 40 age, Sanders had  changed a dozens of occupations.
When he was 40, the Colonel began cooking for hungry travelers who stopped at his service station in Corbin, Ky. He didn't have a restaurant then, but served folks on his own dining table in the living quarters of his service station. As more people started coming just for food, he moved across the street to a motel and restaurant that seated 142 people, but his motel was burned along with his restaurant. Yet this determined man rebuilt and ran a new motel until world war II forced him to close it down. For a long time Sanders was in despair. Most of his life already passed, but he still was a man, who made no difference, did not have enough money to live in pleasure and wealth. He was disappointed in life. And of course, he wanted to change it.

Following the war, he tried to franchise his restaurant. His recipe was rejected 1,009 times before anyone accepted it. Sander’s “secret recipe” was coined “Kentucky Fried Chicken” and quickly became a hit.
However, the booming restaurant was crippled when an interstate opened nearby so Sanders sold it and pursed his dream of spreading KFC franchises and hiring KFC workers all across the country.

After years of failure and misfortunes, sanders finally hit it big. KFC expanded internationally and he sold the company for two million dollars ($15.3 million today). He was not a billionaire, but he lived in comfort for the remainder of his years.
 Even today, Sander remains central in KFC’s branding and his face still appears in their logo. His goatee, white suit and western string tie continue to symbolize delicious country fried chicken all over the world

At age 90, Sanders passed away from pneumonia. At that time, there were around 6,000 KFC locations in 48 countries. By 2013, there were an estimated 18,000 KFC locations in 118 countries.

“ Failure isn’t in the number of times you have failed; but in your inability to stand up again; with the same courage and renewed devotion to continue your journey”.
“success in life comes when you simply refuse to give up, with goals so strong that obstacles, failure, and loss only act as motivation”.
“strong people always have their life in order; even with tears in their eyes”.


By Jjuuko Joseph


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