If safety and comfort inspire one generation, the same things threaten to pamper and impair the next. It is why, rather than tell his sons the story, Lukanga plans to show them. In a few years, he says, he’ll buy airplane tickets and take his boys to Uganda for the first time. He has thought about this often, and Lukanga says they’ll stop at Lake Victoria and then a local food market. He’ll point out the energy, the accents, the whir of sound.
Wealth planner Humble Lukanga’s mission: ‘Generational freedom’ for Black athletes
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