“Sometimes when I was writing emotional scenes, I would cry myself. Thank God no one watches me as I write my scripts or my writing process. They would think I am crazy. As I’m writing, I’m in the shoes of the character and tears roll down my chin. Other times when I was writing Nalweyiso and Nasuna, I would burst out alone and laugh,” she confessed to mbu.

Watching Sanyu from being a naive, timid young girl grow with only a dream of becoming a fashion designer in the village of Kayunga into a determined adult to achieve her dreams and beyond was thrilling since it is everyone’s ambition to achieve something in life.

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