Life in Jinja

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Eleven Ripon Gardens
Looks very different from when I last saw it in 1971. The house still stands to this day and happily in a much better condition.

http://heatherbestel.com/2008/11/lets-be-thankful/?replytocom=87 Try and picture my life in the Jinja of December 1970. As you know I lived in an extended family, where the family number  fluctuated anywhere between 15 and 20. The head of the family was my grandmother, Gangaba who had been widowed 12 years earlier. The rest of the family consisted of  her children(4 out of 6), their spouses(3) and the grandchildren(9). Continue reading “Life in Jinja”

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