Yesterday was certainly a good day to be Ugandan. Lord it’s been a while since saying ‘I’m Ugandan’ was a good thing. The rain was a dumper at the beginning but seeing the boys in green stand in shame and defeat, made it worth the while. In light of all that, looking around the stadium I saw the lad I was supposed to do an expose on. Looking at his baby browns was just more validation to swoon over his life. Plus he did cheer on like a lunatic, the good kind.
First of all I do not know where these type of men really come from. These looks are not your everyday average WTF kind, these fathom no expression. Arafat Mafabi is the UCU student partially responsible for the less reading that’s been going on, and the continued cases of hysteria still going on.
Seriously, that scruff beard so works for you. It’s the right fit to tone down the boyish looks to a more manly muchacho look. Then comes your home run for a smile…no words. At times you leave your continuing dropping jaw to do all the talking.
Ara is a business man working for the family business, all the while picking up inspiration and pointers from big brother who is the youth MP Mbale. Such exposure is the reason as to why he has grown into a diligent person that embraces the fruitfulness and conviction of hard work.
Like a typical boy, he is into football but I hear he’s a little obsessed and turning it down a notch is no option. He is a ‘kabila’ junkie all the way. Ara is also a kind person, always willing to help those his help can reach. Surely I have made my case on this one, but if my words have failed to do just that, then look to exhibit B, the glorious pictures. IG: namzek11