In the Industrial and fine arts school, Makerere, sits an envisioned man that truly and honestly hopes for the betterment of this country through his political dreams. He speaks so fondly about the field of politics and hopes to someday go after this dream. For now it’s just wishful thinking but with this passion, a future course in political science wouldn’t be ruled out. Plus he will run for guild President Makerere next semester.
Ismail is also a businessman; a hustler to be precise. He owns a car spare part dealership which he managed to start up through profits made from being a hair stylist. Yes, on top of being a political visionary and businessman, he is a hair stylist too. He’s no longer a hairstylist but occasionally, his loyal customers seek his services because of his undeniable talent.
As I said, he is a political visionary so the people he idolises the most in life are H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni and Hon. Jacob Oulanya. Their intelligence serves as the main reason why he seeks inspiration from them.
When he’s not at school or doing his daily hustle, he listens to music and catches up on informative talk shows. So ladies, this is a guy you can chill out with while watching Wendy or The View. Intouch with his feminine side.
Ismail is one of those dudes that’s easy on the eyes because of his dreamy eyes, gorgeous smile and an edgy hairstyle. He’s one of those guys that can pull off a dread lock hair-do without looking like a washed-up drug user mufele.
One of Ismail’s biggest fears is the world knowing him based on lies. A fear that the whole human race identifies with; being unfairly misjudged.
There you have it; smart, politically ambitious, edgy and a stud all rolled into one. A marsh of what an ideal guy looks like.
Get him on facebook @ Kasozi Ismail to seek business tips or look to him for a good hair day; ladies.