Masuumi Juma: Hajjat Namyalo’s Pure Soul is full of infinite support, knowledge, strength, and vision for the Bazzukulu

Hajjat Hadijjah Namyalo’s heart can hold so many dreams of lasting love, a home where she is the queen of voluntary service, and a commitment to wishing every Ugandan a bright future. Her concern is seeing a peaceful Uganda with everyone economically empowered.

Through all the changing seasons of her life, in the sun and rain, she keeps her dreams alive. She always sits in her office in Kyambogo thinking of how to support the good work of her master “President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni” and how to consolidate the lost glory of the NRM party.

Though rivers of despair may come and go, the power of living water through her flows, and everything guiding truth she has embraced will find a place in Uganda’s history because her mobilization skills are extraordinary.

She can feel so many things: the joys of life that home and family bring, Compassion swells within her very soul. It is her gift to comfort and console. There is a time to weep, a time to mourn, but through her trials, a stronger faith is born.

From sorrow, she learns that healing grace will find a place in each and everyone who stays in a desperate and rejected life and that is how she has managed to bring people together and each and everyone sees light at the end of the tunnel.

She is open to God’s love. She shared this gift through everything a tender touch, Though heartaches and temptations may arise, her trusting heart is drawn toward the light.

Bestowing tender mercies, she leads to be a gentle shepherd in his stead.

And courage that can build another’s faith has found a place in her heart.

She holds so many dreams of those around her and those she doesn’t know, She sets her heart on true and sacred things. She endures because she knows God’s grace is always on her.

She stands up for the truth and always her truth has set her free and has led to her rise to stardom let our leaders and the generations to come to learn from her good deeds and commitment to serve humanity.

Stand up and be counted among those with the Iron Heart of pan-Africanism.