"The Ugandan Tales" is set in Uganda and about the struggles of ordinary Africans against post independence African rulers that preach freedom and emancipation but have turned into oppressors. This collection of poetry dives deep into topics of police brutality, social injustices, and oppression through the landscape of the tortured cities. Ordinary people seek to reassert their rights against an intransigent regime that is determined to keep them oppressed. The poems chronicle everyday struggles that are faced at the hands of fellow Africans masquerading as Pan Africanists. Through peaceful and non violent means, a new generation of people is now taking a stand against social, political and economic segregation.