Frank Ssenyonga is a Graphic Designer with MK publishers, a proud father and a jovial down-to-earth fellow. Find out more about him through the interview he gladly accepted to do for us.
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As regards to personality, who is Frank Ssenyonga?
Frank Ssenyonga is a down-to-earth guy with a love for the simplistic nature of human kind. I am an employed fellow who is about to fire my boss!
Which schools did you go to, and what were your fondest memories while you were there?
I went to Kiira College Butiki for my O-Level and Uganda Martyrs High School, Rubaga for my A-Level. In my O-Level, I remember having very interesting bull dances since I loved dancing a lot, that’s for O-level. A-level we used to pray on Sunday with the Rubaga girls. That was our little soap series of every Sunday… who dissed who, who is dating who, mails and chits would flow in… I miss high school.
Where do you work, and what do you do?
I work for Mk Publishers as a graphic designer.
How long have you been working there, and what have you achieved in the time you have been there?
I have worked at MK Publishers for 3 years and the most valuable item I have achieved are the people I know that I call friends. I too have achieved some reasonable experience in my line of work and in dealing with people too.
We all have turning points in life. When was yours, and how did it change your life?
Turning point… well I still visualize my turning point. The rest have been small turns, like 90 degrees, you know what I mean.
Is there any person you admire in life? What do you admire about them?
I admire many people because of many reasons but above all I admire my mother. She is my inspiration. The word “impossible” is not in her vocabulary. That’s the reason she has managed to raise 4 boys with a very small teacher salary. She has taught me to use my mind, zeal and strong belief to achieve and, yes, it’s working for me too.
Which person has shaped you into what you are right now?
The person that has shaped me into what I am today should be my mum. Of course with the help of God.
Many people leave university and can’t get a job. What advice would you give to these people?
Many can’t get a job? My advice is don’t look for one, create one, because even those with the big paying jobs want to create their own job. Dream big always, live the life you want in your imaginations first then hit the street with the hustle of a millionaire. Remember that there are no impossibilities. They only exist because you created them in your head. Erase them and create only possibilities.
What are your plans for the next five years?
My next five years are going to be the busiest but most interesting and profitable. I have a lot in mind but in all, God leads the way and I follow.
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