We have all come across one or two ladies that have broken barriers to make it to the very top. In this day and age, more and more women are shattering glass ceilings despite the many stumbling blocks that lie ahead of them.
Our WCW usually features a lady with outstanding features as we know. But today, we choose to celebrate these ladies that are using their power to draw good and great change. From winning continental awards to changing policy at the university level, here are five ladies worthy noticing.
Rehema is a
Her strong faith in Allah has kept her going and she looks forward to an environment where men and women are treated the same.
Esther is a fourth year Bachelor of veterinary medicine student. The former GRC school of veterinary medicine and Minister of Estates and environment in the 83rd guild has always been at the forefront of fighting for student’s rights.
She’s currently the outgoing GRC Marystuart Hall and Deputy Speaker in the 84th guild. The passionate vet also does tabbies vaccinations in her free time and preaching the word of God is her thing.
The Vice president of Makerere Law Society and current 3rd Year LLB student has a peculiar story to tell.
Asiimwe Ahumuza Yvonne
Acan Innocent Immaculate
Acan is a writer in
Acan’s story; she was the winner of the Writivism short story prize in 2016, a competition that had entries from across the continent.
Her recent work has also been published by AFREADA magazine, Omenana magazine and Brittle Paper. The immensely talented writer started writing at seven and it’s always been her first love.