Chole Richard

Poetry anthology contributor – Nambozo

Like many poets in this anthology project, Nambozo Anita always loved writing right from her childhood.

In high school, she was inspired to continue writing by her peers like Masolo Terry whose poems also feature in the upcoming anthology.

She finds a lot of motivation from poetry to express her feelings and speak up for others.

As a student at PMM Girls’ School, she was always very active and greatly involved in beyond-classroom student activities, including creative writing and other forms of the art. This and her sense of duty saw her rise to be Head Girl in 2019.

“I am grateful that l got chance to participate in this anthology … it has helped me meet different poets and learn more from them…I like reading, writing, music … l like so much being in a society where l can develop and encourage other people.” –  Nambozo

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2 Comments

    Anita Nambozo

    August 17, 2021Reply

    Its really much of honor being with friends who understands you ,just like Being social with others its really has improved my writing up to this level

    Anita Nambozo

    August 17, 2021Reply

    Am really honored being with friends who understands you ,just like Being social with others its really has improved my writing up to this level

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