Jasper Twesige

Jasper Twesige Community organizer || MACO NETWORK UG || Law fanatic || Big and focused thinker || Rotaractor I ought to achieve this through MACO NETWORK UGANDA.

I believe in the world where all people are inspired to believe in themselves and their abilities to reach there full potential and realize all their dreams and goals. I am the African Law Students Association - ALSA UGANDAN REPRESENTATIVE. for more information: alsaonline.org


Dear ALSA Members,

We are thrilled to announce the election of H. E. TAKYI GYAN WISDOM as the President-elect of the African Law Students' Association. Mr Takyi has demonstrated exceptional leadership qualities and a deep commitment to our Association's mission.

We are very confidence that, his ability will lead us towards continued growth and success. We wish you all the best, Mr President. We believe your guidance, will thrive and make a positive impact in our Association.
Congratulations to you once again.

SILA Global Foundation UPSA Law School University of Professional Studies Wis Dom. Maryam Education and Training Services Edward Asare
Sarah Fafa Kpodo

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1. Stop looking for who is not looking for you.
2. Stop begging.
3. Stop saying more than is necessary.
4. When people disrespect you, confront them immediately.
5. Don't eat other people's food more than they eat yours.
6. Reduce how you visit some people, especially if they don't reciprocate.
7. Invest in yourself. Make yourself happy.
8. Stop entertaining gossip about other people.
9. Think before you talk. 80% of how people value you is what comes out of your mouth.
10. Always look your best. Dress the way you should be addressed.
11. Be an achiever. Get busy with your goals.
12. Respect your time.
13. Don't stay in a relationship where you don't feel respected and valued. Walk away.
14. Learn to spend money on yourself. That's how people will learn to spend on you.
15. Be scarce sometimes.
16. Be a giver more than a receiver.
17. Don't go where you are not invited. And when invited, don't overstay your welcome.
18. Treat people exactly the way they deserve.
19. Except they owe you money, two call attempts are enough. If they value you, they will call you back.
20. Be good at what you do. Be the best.

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1. Constant lateness to church services and meetings. It proves that your love for God and the things of the Kingdom has grown cold. Wake up before it is too late.

2. Refusing to sit where the ushers direct you to sit, it's a sign of pride. Stop it.

3. Always running out to pick up calls with your phone ringing out so loud. Switch off or mute your phone as soon you get to church.

4. Receiving calls repeatedly during every church service. It shows where your heart, your values, and priorities are. Stop it.

5. Chewing gum or sleeping in church during sermons. Remember the church is neither a cinema hall nor a hotel. Please show reverence to your maker.

6. Sitting down during prayer or praise/worship sessions without any medical or health reasons. This makes you look very odd and unspiritual. Stop it.

7. Always checking the wall clock or your wristwatch during church hours, insinuating that the church should close. Please stop it.

8. Chatting and playing games on your phone during church service. It shows you are not spiritual. Please stop it.

9. Always leaving the church before closure for no particular appointment, making others who choose to stay till the end of service feel they don't know what to do with their time. Stop it.

10. Gathering outside the church with other members to gossip or discuss football and politics while the service is going on. Stop it!

My beloved , kindly try to lead by example this year with good character and attitude and I pray this year will be your year of divine promotion, success, and elevation in Jesus Mighty Name.

I've just reached 600 followers! Thank you for continuing support. I could never have made it without each one of you. πŸ™...

I've just reached 600 followers! Thank you for continuing support. I could never have made it without each one of you. πŸ™πŸ€—πŸŽ‰


Another beautiful day to push our hustles. Wish you a blessed week of progress.


Happy labor Day comrades

Sui generis at law.

Sui generis at law.

STAND OUT IN LAW: FIVE QUALITIES TO POSSESS AS A LAW STUDENTIn today's post, I will point out five qualities we need as ...


In today's post, I will point out five qualities we need as future lawyers.
As law students, there are certain qualities that can help us succeed and stand out. Here are five qualities we should aim to possess:

1. Curiosity: Law is a constantly evolving field, and it's important to stay curious and open-minded as it will help us develop a deeper understanding of the law and its implications throughout our lives.

2. Emotional Intelligence: We will interact with a diverse group of people in our career. We need emotional intelligence to help us navigate interpersonal relationships and build strong professional connections.

3. Flexibility and Adaptability: The law is constantly changing, and it's essential to be adaptable and flexible. Being able to adapt to new situations and changes in the law can help us succeed as law students.

4. Perseverance: Law school can be challenging, and it's essential to have the perseverance to overcome obstacles and stay motivated. Perseverance can help us push through challenging times and ultimately achieve our goals.

5. Professionalism: Law, as a noble profession, is a highly professional and ethical field. We should conduct ourselves with professionalism, integrity, and respect in our lives.

Thank you for reading this article. Stay connected.


KISORO Β  Chief Magistrate court led by His worship Kenneth Komakech yesterday sentenced a 31 year adult man to four years in prison and three million shillings fine for intentionally removing a left eye of a 13 year old with a stone. Tushabe Joram, a resident of Nyabaremura Cell, Rubuguri town coun...


ALSA Legal Clinic Presents
It's monthly webinar
Legal Opportunities opened to African law students in Uk and how to establish a law firm in UK.

Each participants would receive a certificate of participation.

Time: 8:00pm GMT+1
Venue: Google Meet
Date: 23/04/2023

Join the WhatsApp group

Osuji Immaculata Chidera
Head Of African Law Students Legal Clinic


The Difference Between a Lawyer And An Advocate Many People may not know about.

Over the years, a lot of people β€” possibly even you have had trouble telling the difference between a lawyer and an advocate. People who find themselves in legal problems occasionally are unsure of whether they require a lawyer or an advocate.

It’s crucial to first clarify what an attorney does.

Let’s simplify matters for now. In the legal fraternity, the words β€˜Lawyer’ and β€˜Advocate’ are often used as synonyms. But it is pertinent to know that there are differences in the meanings of the two words.

A lawyer is a basic term that refers to any person who has a law degree.

There can be various types of lawyers, such as advocates, attorneys, solicitors, etc. All of these are considered to be specialists in different fields of law.

A Lawyer can sometimes be not eligible to stand in a court to represent a client.

Basic Difference:

In one of my tiktok videos I labouredt to explain that , a lawyer is anyone who has graduated from university with LLB degree (bachelor of laws undergraduate degree) while an advocate has graduated from Law Development Centre (LDC), and has registered with the Law Council as a member of the roll of advocates who are licensed to conduct legal practice every year.

Basically, it can be said that all Advocates are Lawyers but all Lawyers are not Advocates.

Other Differences:
To understand more differences go visit my tiktok page



Notice of Arrivals

The Vice President of Academics and Training, Ms.Thato Lillane has successfully alighted in Washington DC, USA.

Amazingly, Ms. Thato Lillane has took off from Johannesburg, South Africa yesterday to Washington DC, USA to represent the African Law Students and the African Continent at the Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition.

Lillane has finally joined the ALSA team in US who arrived days ago, labouring day and night towards making an impact, and the event more colourful.

The African Law Students' Association is to work with the International Law Students' Association during the session. Bringing these brilliant minds onboard, we are optimistically sanguine that this year's Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition is going to be the best of its kind ever in history.

Interestingly enough, while communicating with the ALSA Team in US, they whispered to us that they are ever ready and looking forward to receiving their leader, Mr. President, James Aaporekuu on Sunday, as he stays back to ensure that all his Team Members arrived safely before him.

As they are preparing to kick on, we do, from the ALSA and the African Continent wish them a successful deliverance beyond people's expectations.

Amb. Suleiman Ahmed Suleiman (SAS Mashio)
Secretary General, ALSA International Council.

Mr. James Aaporekuu
President, ALSA International Council.

Previlledged to have taken part of the ADR-ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION mentorship program organized by Caliphate Law ...

Previlledged to have taken part of the ADR-ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION mentorship program organized by Caliphate Law clinic , .
I was honoured with an award of the best engaging male mentee.

African Law Students' Association-ALSA

Ugandan lawmakers have approved a law that imposes a punishment of up to 10 years in prison for identifying as LGBTQ+, a...

Ugandan lawmakers have approved a law that imposes a punishment of up to 10 years in prison for identifying as LGBTQ+, among other things.

Ugandan lawmakers on Tuesday approved some of the world's harshest anti-gay laws, making some crimes punishable by death and imposing up to 20 years in prison for people identifying as LGBTQ+.

As the President ALSA-UGANDA CHAPTER, on Wednesday, i was previlledged to chair our maiden physical meeting at Cavendish...

As the President ALSA-UGANDA CHAPTER, on Wednesday, i was previlledged to chair our maiden physical meeting at Cavendish University Uganda (law faculty) .

The main issues of discussion, among other things, were how we can grow the chapter and ease access to the different opportunities available to ALSA members.

CC: African Law Students' Association-ALSA
Lubowa Andoniyas Nyandieka Bundi Julius
James Aaporekuu Jasper Twesige
Samuel Madueke


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