Ms. Hajarah N a m u w a y a Ali, the overall best student at the 69th MAK graduation attributed her success to research, discussions, being focused, hard-work and respecting her parents.
She advised the youth and those still in school to be disciplined and do more of networking with people.
“It is not all about reading books and passing, class just gives us 2 per cent and the rest is up to us. So we have to do more research, talk to people who can connect us somewhere because our grades will speak for us,” Ms. Namuwaya said.
Namuwaya who was a government sponsored student obtained a CGPA of 4.94 in a Bachelor’s Degree of Business Computing of Makerere University Business School.
Ms. Sarah Zawedde, Namuwaya’s mother thanked her daughter for concentrating on her books and emerging as the best student. She also appreciated MUBS for their tireless contribution towards the success of students.
“I am very happy that my daughter has made it to the top. I as a parent did what I could and it was up to her with the help of the ALMIGHTY to get to this level,” she said.
Mr. Muhammad Ali Muwaya, Namuwaya’s father, said the respect that her daughter has brought to him is immeasurable. He says he had wanted Namuwaya to study law but she refused and he allowed her to do a course of her choice.
“I never expected this but with the happiness I have, I can even go with out food. This is great and I thank ALLAH and all that have made it possible.”
Makerere University Business School – MUBS graduated 3,644 with Bachelors, Masters and Doctor of Philosophy degrees. Five (5) graduated with PhDs.