The small hero with a giant reach also needs praise songs

In the popular imagination, the development of a country is measured in terms of a few highly visible landmarks. These include a skyline of gleaming high rise buildings and cars that clog the roads and make it dificult for anyone to get anywhere. They may also include such other things as cavernous supermarkets selling mainly imported goods, and a few expensive private schools. Exclusive neighbourhoods are also part of the indicators of development.
The New Times
Joseph Rwagatare