Justine Nameere Biography
Justine Nameere is a Ugandan TV star, lawyer and politician. She hosted the show Uganda Life stories at NTV. She has also worked at Vision Group’s Bukedde and Urban TV and later resigned to focus on her law studies. In 2018 she was hired at Pastor Bugingo’s station Salt TV although she left the station shortly afterwards.
Justine Nameere Age
Justine was born on April 17, 1989. She is 29 years old.
Justine Nameere Education
Nameere went to Namugongo Boarding for her primary education. She then joined Kings College Budo, where she was a member of the Drama club and School band.
She later joined Law Development Center for a diploma in law, graduating with first class honours. She also holds a certificate in Business Administration from MUBS and another certificate in counselling and guidance from KIU.
She also has an undergraduate degree in law from MUK.
Justine Nameere Family
Justine is married to Kagimba Mugimba Raymond and together they are blessed with a daughter: Mitchell Jeniffer Kitiibwa kyabakyala Kagimba and a son: Mitchell Moen Mugimba Kagimba.
She is the daughter of Kalungu MP and Agriculture state minister Vincent Ssempijja.
Justine Nameere Work Experience
She has worked as a court clerk at Lukaaya Magistrate court in Masaka -2011, as a Radio presenter with Best FM in Masaka, hosting the youth show on positive living in 2009. She has also hosted and produced Life stories from October 2012 to 2013. She is also the Director – Voices of the Pearl, the NGO she started in 2012.
Justine Nameere Political Career
She contested as a Youth Member of Parliament in Kampala. She pulled out of the race for Bukoto East constituency in Masaka district three weeks before election day but managed to get more votes than one of the candidates still in the race.
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Nameere who was contesting as an independent candidate stepped down for the NRM flag bearer after President Yoweri Museveni engaged Nameere into a discussion after he had received reports that if Nameere stepped down and added her support to the flag bearer, NRM would trounce DP. Nameere agreed with the President and she supported the flag bearer all the way to the elections.
Justine Nameere Role Models
She draws so much inspiration from Speaker Rebecca Kadaga, and Christine Amanpour of CNN. She also hopes to be remembered as someone who helped people feel that it is all going to be alright.
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