Despite the academic demands, my star shines in other fields too but it glows brightest in swimming, where I am Uganda’s national record holder for the 13-14 years boys’ age group in the 200m backstroke (2:26.89) and 800m freestyle (9:42.61).

This, I believe and feel, is where my talent and passion lie. My future plans are pegged around making it big in sports.

That includes representing Uganda internationally in competitions like various World Championships.

From my recollection, I have always been attracted to water and being by the poolside since I was a toddler.

Regular training and interactions with my coach, Muzafaru Muwanguzi at Gators Swim Club, who talks to me before every training session or race has helped boost my confidence and sharpen my focus in other aspects of life too.

I have learnt from swimming that the seeds you plant will be the fruits you sow. Basically meaning that if you don’t put in the work, you will not have the results in any aspect of life.

I have participated in various events locally and internationally for the last five years and faired majorly as listed below.

I place second in the 100 meters backstroke, second in the 800 meters freestyle and third in the 200 meters backstroke at The Emirates Cup Series Championship which was organized by Apex Swim Academy in Abu Dhabi December 2022.

I was also second in the 100 meters backstroke and 200 meters backstroke respectively during the 7th Cana Zone III Swimming Championship in Tanzania November 2022. 

Before that, I won five individual medals at the 6th Cana Zone III Championships in Uganda in December 2021. I also Participated / medals at other events like the; 4th India Inter-Club Swimming Championship in December 2019 and the Dolphins Swim Club Kampala Junior Championships in April 2018 among others.