The Promota Magazine

Your Letters – issue23

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Educative magazine
Hope you are fine. Thanks for giving us information about promota magazine, down here in UG we love it, its so entertaining and educative, keep it up,and another thing is it possible to get old copies; if yes, does your office down here have them? otherwise may God’s blessings be with u this festive season.

Asiimwe Peace – Uganda

Warmest Congratulations on the 22nd issue of the Promota!
Thanks so much for focusing on Katutandike Trust as part of your ‘Community Development’ focus. Your magazine has effectively combined great interviews/ personalities/ business/politicics/glamour and high profile events – together with highl…ighting the importance of supporting our small Ugandan organisation that works to help deaf and vulnerable children on the ground in Uganda.

Anisha Rajapakse – UK

Relationship is about COMPROMISE
Dear Editor allow me to thank you for your resourceful magazine, and I enjoyed the review on Steve Harvey book “Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man “. Steve Harvey’s book is just a good resource. Me and my lady read it in one day together and we laughed and had a good time envisioning Steve Harvey teaching us the real deal. Also, my girlfriend has been to a few of Allison Armstrong’s seminars and we are planning to go to the couples seminar so we can get more empowered as a team, and also to sharpen our skills in the business of relationships.

Think of a relationship with someone as if it were a business contract. If you happen to get serious, discuss the terms & conditions beforehand, and if there is a breach in contract, let the other person know when it happens so it may be less likely to happen again. Also, do your part and hold the other person accountable and try to hold their hand less and let them be themselves. That is the ingredients of a good relationship and a potential marriage. If you can’t abide by that and COMPROMISE, then all is lost, ladies!
Rachel Namutebi – USA

The Promota, is Just Outstanding!
I would like to congratulate you on the informative publication. I am a fan! I have found it an excellent tool of information on so many levels, especially on inspiration, career advice and management; and more so relevant for me, as it is placed within the African context. Keep up the good work!
John Opong – Ghana

Very Inspiring
Thank you for the  Promota magazine  the contents are real life experiences which are quite inspiring.

Ms Rebecca Kadaka
Parliament’s Deputy Speaker – Uganda

I salute you
Dear Editor. I would like to use this opportunity to salute you for your great work in the year 2010! Thanks for your constructive feedback and inspiring information through the Promota Africa Magazine. It’s a great pleasure experiencing …the way you recognise people’s potential/compentencies, businesses, cultures, health, education, sport, organisations, political developments worldwide and promoting them. Thanks for encouraging different people global wide and making it possible for them to participate in this thread.
Looking forward to watching the community growing through The Promota Africa Magazine!

Gertrude Sørensen –  Denmark

Bitature’s article
I was actually inspired by Patrick’s  article. One would wonder how a 13 year old would manourver to becoming one of the prominent and wealthy businessman of this generation! Secondly I would wish to get some business tips from people of such a calibre. My main interest would be in real estate and probably in the distribution of Simba products given an opportunity.

James Galabuzi – Uganda

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