IUIU’s incoming deputy guild speaker Namakula Mariah says her mother sets an inspirational example of how to live life and make wise choices even in the uncertain situations.
Mariam says that she respects her mother and all she has and does, she owes it to her mother.
“My mother was really strict while bringing us up, she really cared about our dress code, prayers and religious studies,” Mariam said.
In an interview with the Lens Media, Mariam revealed that her mother always encouraged her to work hard and this has saved her from begging and looking up to someone’s money.
“I have a part-time job in Ntinda where I work as I study. It has saved me from asking people for urgent money and it has also helped me pay half of my tuition,” She revealed.
When asked about the country’s politics, the recently elected Deputy speaker IUIU parliament says the different government departments sucks.
“In Uganda to work in some offices you have to belong to a certain tribe and this has affected everything both academically and politically,” Mariam decried.
She called upon different stakeholders to make necessary changes to sort out the rising vice.
During her free time, Mariam says she watches comedy series alongside cooking and baking cakes.
“I really love hanging out with mum and taking selfies. Ooh I am even doing my swimming lessons and it’s a hobby to be,” She revealed.
Mariam encourages her fellow young people to work so hard and pray to God because he is the one who sees nature through.