I chose to study law because I come from a marginalized community and there are very few female lawyers. I felt that ANU environment was very conducive for empowering upcoming female lawyers in receiving quality education in order to serve others confidently.  Indeed ANULS vision “to provide graduate of character and integrity, equipped for service and leadership to make a difference in Africa and the world” played a major role in shaping my thinking and towards approaching my career goals. The law school continued to provide me with the best academic and social environment notwithstanding my ethic and religious background.

One of my greatest highlights at ANULS was in 2011 when I participated in the 1st East Africa Arbitration moot court competition. This gave me assurance that I could excel regardless of any obstacles that I would face in life.