My father is Mubiru Siraje and my mother is Nankya Saidat. They are residents of the Ntolomwe village in the Butambala district. I have six siblings of which three are girls and three are boys. I am the second born in my family with an elder brother, a sister in secondary school, a brother in primary seven and others in primary. My parents are both peasant farmers. We grow crops for home consumption and sell the surplus for accommodation.
I have studied in public schools and got a partial school bursary at advanced level. After passing my "A" level I joined Mbarara University of Science and Technology.
I grew up in a village where people died or their conditions worsened because of polypharmacy. People also died because they had no money to pay for the drugs in public hospitals. Because of this I promised myself to study pharmacy so that I can prevent such things from happening by extending my services to the people in need and in the villages. Also I see doing pharmacy as way of getting a job where I can get some money and look after my little sisters and brothers so that they can also get a chance to finish studies. My dream job is to become a hospital pharmacist and upgrade to become a lecturer so I can teach students to become pharmacists. I want people to know we will be there when they have grown old. As a pharmacist I want to discover new drugs that can help treat diseases as drug resistance is so prevailing. I also want to be in a hospital pharmacy to play a role in proper drug use and management.
I love making research by reading both online and offline books, playing football, watching movies and making friends.