From the time you start a conversation with her to the very last statement, Edna will be wearing a full smile on her face.
She advocates for self-love, for there is no way one can love others without loving themselves and being courageous.
Life has taught Nakajugo Edna Margaret, to always pick herself up whenever she falls, patting herself on the back and whispering; “At least you tried.“
“It is equally important to articulate one’s feminism for it is not something dangerous or revolutionary. Feminism is something that we should declare to the world,” said Carly Van Orman, Cultural Affairs Officer at the US Embassy in Uganda.
Gift Mbabazi, a joyful person, who derives some of her joy from surrounding herself with people who have positive energy is a graduate of Makerere University with a Bachelor's degree in Community Psychology.
In recognition of a woman for the month of March, Mbabazi vouches for Maggie Kigozi, whom she says has shown with great effort and competence, that a woman can achieve everything that she sets out to, as long as they have the right mindset and look at things differently.
She is the first face you will see after turning the doorknob to enter our premises. Smiling from ear to ear, she will welcome you to Outbox and take down your details.
The artist who is so passionate about design is fascinated by the feel of fabrics, which she creatively plays around with, to make unique designs.
Her love for fashion is showcased in the way she puts together her pieces of clothing.
We are wondering why she has these many names but where she hails from, the more names you have, the more important you’re to society.
Patting herself for the many names, Nordreen Mbekeka Luck Luwalala, growing up with eight (8) names, with only 4 fitting on her official documents, cites the Kabaka(King) of Buganda for his many names too.
Normally, it is “hard” for ladies to share their age, but she is proud to be forty-one (41) years old and a mother.