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Blood donors should all be declared heroes. (Photo by Simon Kaheru)
A COUPLE of weeks ago I was back at the Nakasero Blood Bank – the Uganda Blood Transfusion Services – to make whatever little contribution I could in a dire situation.
The family of the highly respectable lawyer, Gerald Kakuba, were looking for blood group O- so he could undergo surgery. He lived a long and well-accomplished life, impacting very many other lives in a way that made us all proud to have had any link to him in life.
Sadly, he passed on and we celebrated his life and departure in fitting form.
Nevertheless, a bad taste lingered on with the thought that if we had had enough O- in supply he could have gone on a little longer. The taste got worse when we heard that he had been an avid blood donor from early on in…
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So, I hope this can be the start of those a thousand steps.
Being one with a very open outlook towards learning something new, new people, new experiences, new hobbies etc, taking on blogging as a new hobby should be interesting and exciting as I look forward to adding on and sharing life’s experiences.