Chole Richard

Abwoc Grace – Contributing poet

Ms. Abwoc Rebecca Grace, 21 years old, read lots of story books in her childhood. It helped her to gain interest in and appreciate poetry very early in her life.

“I made it part of me and actually till now it just makes me happy that I got involved in writing them too,” stated Abwoc.

One of her friends, Chloe, whom she says was very good at poetry, has been her major inspiration. Abwoc now hopes that she will become a well-known poet.

She is pursuing Bachelor of Business Administration at Makerere University Business School in Jinja where she lives.

Besides poetry, she writes stories and swims. She engages herself in charity work and enjoys knowledge moments sharing with fellow youth and other people.

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