First blog post

I have opened up this blog with an aim of showing the personnel reading it a clear perspective of not only aiming at accomplishing the required task, but also to elaborate the lives of the dearests around me from top to bottom for the whole world to notice their existence and also to thank them for the great work of cooperation and socialisation they  have shown to me, how much they are important and have contributed to my success in life.

 

Recipients

  1. Mrs. Nazziwa Hasifah
  2. Mr. Kato Nashif
  3. Mrs. Nanyonjo Safinah
  4. Mrs. Nakivumbi Aisha

 

 

Recipients back grounds

  1. Mrs. Nazziwa Hasifah

Background.

  • She is born from an Islamic family known by the names of Khalisa , the father known as Hajji Khalisa Jamir and the mother known as Mrs. Khalisa Rehma hence inheriting the name of the family which is Mrs. Nanyonjo Safinah also known as (a.k.a) Mrs. Nazziwa Hasifah .

 

  • During her early stage or age she started to pursue Islamic knowledge of wisdom and at the age of 11 years she had managed to accomplish one of the candidate classes of Arabic or Islam known as Sh’uba Ji’m (Primary Seven) and the same time accomplishing Circular primary candidate class of Primary Seven.By 15 years Mrs. Nazziwa Hasifah was pursuing her Secondary school at Kinaawa High School and was in Senior Four carrying with her both curriculums namely the circular and the Arabic language making it again at the same level of candidacy.

 

  • Mrs. Nazziwa Hasifah accomplished her Secondary studies at Kinaawa High School by the year 2014 at the age of 18 years after attaining a reserved vacation of nearly a year’s time, Mrs. Nazziwa Hasifah resumed her studies ahead to the University choosing The Islamic University In Uganda Kampala Campus in 2015 pursuing the Bachelors of Procurement and Logistics Management course with an accomplishment of 3 years period, meaning Mrs. Nazziwa Hasifah has so far accomplished 2 years and 2 quarters’ at the University with a remaining of 1 quarter to earn a degree in Bachelors of Procurement and Logistics Management.

 

2. Mr. Kato Nashif

Background

  • He is born from an Islamic family known by the names of Mansoor’s , the father known as Hajj Mansoor Mayinja and the mother known as Mrs. Hadija Mayinja hence inheriting the name of the family which is Mr. Kato Nashif also known as (a.k.a) Mr. Kato Nashif Mansoor.

 

  • During his early stage or age he started to pursue Islamic knowledge of wisdom and at the age of 11 years he had managed to accomplish one of the candidate classes of Arabic or Islam known as Sh’uba          Ji’m (Primary Seven) and the same time accomplishing Circular primary candidate class of Primary Seven.By 15 years Mr. Kato Nashif was pursuing his Secondary school at Answar Muslim High School and was in Senior Four carrying with him both curriculums namely the circular and the Arabic language making it again at the same level of candidacy.

 

  • Mr. Kato Nashif accomplished his Secondary studies at Answar Muslim High School by the year 2014 at the age of 18 years . after attaining a reserved vacation of nearly a year’s time Mr. Kato Nashif resumed his studies ahead to the University choosing The Islamic University In Uganda Kampala Campus in 2015 pursuing the Bachelors of Information Technology course with an accomplishment of 3 years period, meaning Mr. Kato Nashif has so far accomplished 1 year at the University with a remaining of 2 years to earn a degree in Information Technology.

 

3. Mrs. Nanyonjo Safina

Background

  • She is born from an Islamic family known by the names of Khalisa , the father known as Hajji Khalisa Jamir and the mother known as Mrs. Khalisa Rehma hence inheriting the name of the family which is Mrs. Nanyonjo Safinah also known as (a.k.a) Mrs. Nanyonjo Safinah Khalisa.

 

  • During her early stage or age she started to pursue Islamic knowledge of wisdom and at the age of 11 years she had managed to accomplish one of the candidate classes of Arabic or Islam known as Sh’uba Ji’m (Primary Seven) and the same time accomplishing Circular primary candidate class of Primary Seven. By 15 years Mrs. Nanyonjo Safina was pursuing her Secondary school at Continental High School and was in Senior Four carrying with her both curriculums namely the circular and the Arabic language making it again at the same level of candidacy.

 

  • Mrs. Nanyonjo Safina accomplished her Secondary studies at Continental Muslim High School by the year 2011 at the age of 18 years after attaining a reserved vacation of nearly a year’s time Mrs. Nanyonjo Safina resumed her studies ahead to the University choosing The Islamic University In Uganda Kampala Campus in 2013 pursuing the Bachelors of Information Technology course with an accomplishment of 3 years period, meaning Mrs. Nanyonjo Safina has so far accomplished 1 year at the University with a remaining of 2 years to earn a degree in Information Technology.

4. Mrs. Nakivumbi Aisha

Background

  • She is born from an Islamic family known by the names of Abdul-Hakim , the father known as Hajji Abdul-Karim Kiganda Sonko and the mother known as Mrs. Nabwami Hadiyah hence inheriting the name of the family which is Mrs. Nakivumbi Aisha also known as (a.k.a) Mrs. Nakivumbi Aisha Sonko.

 

  • During her early stage or age she started to pursue Islamic knowledge of wisdom and at the age of 11 years she had managed to accomplish one of the candidate classes of Arabic or Islam known as Sh’uba Ji’m (Primary Seven) and the same time accomplishing Circular primary candidate class of Primary Seven.By 15 years Mrs. Nakivumbi Aisha was pursuing her Secondary school at Excel Millennium High School and was in Senior Four carrying with him both curriculums namely the circular and the Arabic language making it again at the same level of candidacy.

 

  • Mrs. Nakivumbi Aisha accomplished her Secondary studies at Continental Muslim High School by the year 2011 at the age of 18 years after attaining a reserved vacation of nearly a year’s time Mrs. Nakivumbi Aisha resumed her studies ahead to the University choosing The Islamic University In Uganda Kampala Campus in 2013 pursuing the Bachelors of Information Technology course with an accomplishment of 3 years period, meaning Mrs. Nakivumbi Aisha has so far accomplished 1 year at the University with a remaining of 2 years to earn a degree in Information Technology.

I HAVE MADE THIS BLOG ALL OUT OF THE GREAT HELP AND COURAGE I HAVE GAINED AND ALWAYS RECIEVED FROM MY CLOSE FRIENDS AMONG WHOM IS THE WOMAN AM TO SOON PRONOUNCE TO YOU AS THE BELOVED ONE.

Recipients within the blog

  1. Mrs. Nazziwa Hasifah

2. Mr. Kato Nashif

3. Mrs. Nanyonjo Safinah

4. Mrs. Nakivumbi Aisha

 

Recipients

  1. Mrs. Nazziwa Hasifah

Background.

  • She is born from an Islamic family known by the names of Khalisa , the father known as Hajji Khalisa Jamir and the mother known as Mrs. Khalisa Rehma hence inheriting the name of the family which is Mrs. Nazziwa Hasifah Khalisa also known as (a.k.a) Mrs. Nazziwa Hasifah 

 

  • During her early stage or age she started to pursue Islamic knowledge of wisdom and at the age of 11 years she had managed to accomplish one of the candidate classes of Arabic or Islam known as Sh’uba Ji’m (Primary Seven) and the same time accomplishing Circular primary candidate class of Primary Seven. Mrs. Nazziwa Hasifah accomplished her Secondary studies at Continental Muslim High School by the year 2014 at the age of 18 years after attaining a reserved vacation of nearly a year’s time. By 15 years Mrs. Nazziwa Hasifah was pursuing her Secondary school at Kinaawa High School and was in Senior Four carrying with her both curriculums namely the circular and the Arabic language making it again at the same level of candidacy.

 

  • Mrs. Nazziwa Hasifah resumed her studies ahead to the University choosing The Islamic University In Uganda Kampala Campus in 2015 pursuing the Bachelors of Procurement and Logistics Management course with an accomplishment of 3 years period, meaning Mrs. Nazziwa Hasifah has so far accomplished 2 years and 2 quarters’ at the University with a remaining of 1 quarter to earn a degree in Bachelors of Procurement and Logistics Management.   

 

2. Mr. Kato Nashif

Background

  • He is born from an Islamic family known by the names of Mansoor’s , the father known as Hajj Mansoor Mayinja and the mother known as Mrs. Hadija Mayinja hence inheriting the name of the family which is Mr. Kato Nashif also known as (a.k.a) Mr. Kato Nashif Mansoor.

 

  • During his early stage or age he started to pursue Islamic knowledge of wisdom and at the age of 11 years he had managed to accomplish one of the candidate classes of Arabic or Islam known as Sh’uba Ji’m (Primary Seven) and the same time accomplishing Circular primary candidate class of Primary Seven.By 15 years Mr. Kato Nashif was pursuing his Secondary school at Answar Muslim High School and was in Senior Four carrying with him both curriculums namely the circular and the Arabic language making it again at the same level of candidacy.

 

  • Mr. Kato Nashif accomplished his Secondary studies at Answar Muslim High School by the year 2014 at the age of 18 years . after attaining a reserved vacation of nearly a year’s time Mr. Kato Nashif resumed his studies ahead to the University choosing The Islamic University In Uganda Kampala Campus in 2015 pursuing the Bachelors of Information Technology course with an accomplishment of 3 years period, meaning Mr. Kato Nashif has so far accomplished 1 year at the University with a remaining of 2 years to earn a degree in Information Technology.

3. Mrs. Nanyonjo Safina

 

Background

  • She is born from an Islamic family known by the names of Khalisa , the father known as Hajji Khalisa Jamir and the mother known as Mrs. Khalisa Rehma hence inheriting the name of the family which is Mrs. Nanyonjo Safinah also known as (a.k.a) Mrs. Nanyonjo Safinah Khalisa.

 

  • During her early stage or age she started to pursue Islamic knowledge of wisdom and at the age of 11 years she had managed to accomplish one of the candidate classes of Arabic or Islam known as Sh’uba Ji’m (Primary Seven) and the same time accomplishing Circular primary candidate class of Primary Seven. By 15 years Mrs. Nanyonjo Safina was pursuing her Secondary school at Continental High School and was in Senior Four carrying with him both curriculums namely the circular and the Arabic language making it again at the same level of candidacy.

 

  • Mrs. Nanyonjo Safina accomplished her Secondary studies at Continental Muslim High School by the year 2011 at the age of 18 years after attaining a reserved vacation of nearly a year’s time Mrs. Nanyonjo Safina resumed her studies ahead to the University choosing The Islamic University In Uganda Kampala Campus in 2013 pursuing the Bachelors of Information Technology course with an accomplishment of 3 years period, meaning Mrs. Nanyonjo Safina has so far accomplished 1 year at the University with a remaining of 2 years to earn a degree in Information Technology.

4. Mrs. Nakivumbi Aisha

 

Background

  • She is born from an Islamic family known by the names of Abdul-Hakim , the father known as Hajji Abdul-Karim Kiganda Sonko and the mother known as Mrs. Nabwami Hadiyah hence inheriting the name of the family which is Mrs. Nakivumbi Aisha also known as (a.k.a) Mrs. Nakivumbi Aisha Sonko.

 

  • During her early stage or age she started to pursue Islamic knowledge of wisdom and at the age of 11 years she had managed to accomplish one of the candidate classes of Arabic or Islam known as Sh’uba Ji’m (Primary Seven) and the same time accomplishing Circular primary candidate class of Primary Seven.By 15 years Mrs. Nakivumbi Aisha was pursuing her Secondary school at Excel Millennium High School and was in Senior Four carrying with him both curriculums namely the circular and the Arabic language making it again at the same level of candidacy.

 

  • Mrs. Nakivumbi Aisha accomplished her Secondary studies at Continental Muslim High School by the year 2011 at the age of 18 years after attaining a reserved vacation of nearly a year’s time Mrs. Nakivumbi Aisha resumed her studies ahead to the University choosing The Islamic University In Uganda Kampala Campus in 2013 pursuing the Bachelors of Information Technology course with an accomplishment of 3 years period, meaning Mrs. Nakivumbi Aisha has so far accomplished 1 year at the University with a remaining of 2 years to earn a degree in Information Technology.

Journalists need to be commended

As journalists in Uganda joined the rest of the world on Tuesday 03rd May, 2016 in commemoration the World Press Freedom Day in advocacy for better rights to freedom of information and expression.

The endeavors to cultivate the most needed information, by all means, negotiating with teargas, dodging bullets in covering riots, bargaining with the scorch sun shine with some on free-lance, or earning little pay, journalists need to be appreciated.

As the Secretary-General of the United Nations Ban Ki-moon urged all Governments, politicians, businesses and citizens to commit to nurturing and protecting an independent, free media.

Journalists have faced scores of assault, inhumane treatment, detention and release without charge with their cameras confiscated by offenders especially the police who tend to use intense force against suspects especially during public meetings and demonstrations.

In February 2015, journalist Andrew Lwanga – Wavah Broadcasting Services (WBS) Television broke down in tears  as he testified against  Joram Mwesigye the former Division Police Commander of Old Kampala Police Station who he accuses of brutally assaulting him while covering a procession by a group of unemployed youth in Kampala.

Reportedly, in March, 2016, Engineer Abraham Byandala, a member of parliament for Katikamu North Constituency also the minister without portfolio punched journalist Judith Naluggwaa who works for Bukedde Television, as she covered a corruption-related story at the anti-corruption court in Kampala where Byandala is accused of misusing public funds amounting to 24 billion Uganda Shillings

Unfortunately cases reported are dismissed by the police leadership as mere actions of individual officers.

Accordingly in the 2015 press freedom index report published by the Human rights network for journalists-Uganda (HRNJ-U), the police accounts for 75 percent of abuse cases against journalists documented last year.