Welcome to GO Tech UG (GTU) – A weblog focused on the Ugandan technology sector but with wings spread all over the world. My goal is to make it be Uganda’s most sought-after tech blog.

Well, this came about due to pressure from a friend. He believes in me and keeps telling me that if I managed to set up several other blogs and websites leveraging in different niches, why would I not set up a one dedicated to Ugandan Tech. This kept running through my mind for about 2yrs and he also kept reminding me about the same. So, it’s that night on the 28th of May 2017 that I decided to launch this it (blog). Since then, the rest is history.


What you will find on GO Tech UG

If you’re a technology enthusiast no matter which field you’re in or what you do or where you leave, I recommend this blog for you. I am genuinely dedicated to providing you with helpful and great content on How Tos, Tips and Tricks, ISPs and Telecoms, FinTech and Internet of Things, Reviews and Giveaways all with a focus on Ugandan Tech and the world together.

This blog is dedicated to sharing information, the knowledge, the insights, and many of the strategies I have uncovered that have changed my life and given me the power to create and live freely that unfortunately many do not see.

If you have ever blogged before, don’t mistake it with just another thing. It’s an intense platform which can empower you beyond anything and these words reach out to everyone in every corner of the planet.

I have named this blog “Go Tech UG” because of one simple reason, you will be provided with tech content targeted for Ugandans that according to me is of Great Value. However, in a case of any lapse, concern, complaint or comment about any of the content here, please don’t hesitate to contact me. I will be grateful.


Your work is going to fill a large part of your life and the only way to be truly satisfied, is to do what you believe is great work. And the only way to do great work, is to love what you do. If you haven’t found it yet, please keep looking and don’t settle – Steve Jobs (Founder: Apple Inc.)


I completed my primary education at St Kizito Primary School Bugoloobi in 2006. I’m 22 years as of 20th Dec 2016. I have a Diploma in Media Design And Printing Technology and a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology from Sikkim Manipal University India.

Prior to starting to write this blog, I have worked with Miracle Television a Christian based TV station in Uganda as a news reporter during my secondary vacation and now a co-founder and digital content designer and publisher at African Art Innovations Ltd a Creative Digital Agency based in Uganda since 2014.

I started blogging out of my passion for learning & sharing. It’s something I do after my 9 to 5 job, when I travel or when I am free. In 2011, I got to know about blogs & it took me about two years from then to start my very first blog.

Just writing a blog has given me so much more than money.  It’s given me a sense of freedom that I didn’t know was possible. Meeting amazing people online and finally in person plus turning down so many offers from companies and agencies worldwide. I currently live a “free” lifestyle where I travel around the world and blog from anywhere & everywhere during my off days. With my passion for traveling, i have visited 10 countries and these include, Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda, DR Congo, S.Sudan, Ethiopia, Germany, Austria, France and Hungary. Of course, i spend most of my time in my motherland, Uganda.

I used to be an introvert, but now I speak in front of hundreds of people at events, seminars, and conferences. Most times to motivate and inspire others.


My belief

If today was the last day of your life, would you do what you are about to do today?

Steve Jobs

Whenever I read this statement which I pinned on my reading table, I get to be reminded that my time is limited to be wasted living some other person’s life and not to follow my heart.

It has been a long journey, please be NICE!!