Sseruwo Sulaiman to graduate with a First Class Degree

Mr. Sseruwo Sulaiman

Who is Sseruwo Sulaiman?
Sseruwo Sulaiman was born in kalungu district, lukaya town council, from a humble family of the late Nakayiza Joweria (MHSRIP) and an Artist Mr. Kiyemba Erias (who introduced the former Dean, school of industrial and fine art Makerere University Dr. Kizito Maria Kasule in the field of art). Sseruwo is a former two time guild representative councillor (GRC) from Margaret Trowell School of industrial and Fine Arts Makerere University (2020-22), treasurer WAMSA (2014-16), head prefect Wagwa high school (2017-18) and head boy Good shepherd Junior school (2011).He started working with his father at the age of 8 during holidays in different fields of Art and design; such as painting and graphics. At the age of 13, Sulaiman started working on personal projects from various clients which enabled him pay part of his school fees, it was a pivot and a great positive impact on hisacademic performance because he tested on the pain his parents were going through in the process of looking for his school fees, he was able to get a first grade in PLE and UCE, and 19 points in UACE exams; Sulaiman was ranked by UNEB and appeared in both New Vision and Daily Monitor as the best student 2018 UACE exams in Kalungu District from Wagwa high school.

How I made it:
First and foremost I put trust in the Almighty Allah. Discipline, honesty, consistent praying, hardworking,
dedication and good time management was the key for my success. Thinking about my humble background also pushed me to work hard in order to achieve my dreams. Due to the demanding nature of our course (BIFA) in terms of numerous expensive materials, tools and countless course works, I could spend sleepless nights (to the extent that my eyes were always red) in order to finish course works before the deadline and also to work on some commercial projects which enabled me to get money for buying materials. History of all great works is to witness that no great work was done without either the active or passive support of a person’s surrounding and one’s close quarters. (Durgesh. K.S) Thus it is not hard to conclude how active assistance and advise from my altruistic father Mr. Kiyemba Erias, Mr. Lutwama Nicholas, Mpagi Erias (brother), Nakibuuka Sharifah (sister),Nakyeyune Aisha, Ssempala Joseph and Namatovu Rosette could positively impact my success.

My advice to others:
My advice to brothers and sisters is that success or excellence does not depend on where someone is coming from but rather his or her attitude towards achieving his or her goals and dreams, therefore it is better for a person to forego what he wants in order to get what he needs and also to focus on making good friends that will keep him/her on the right path.



Students with First Class (2021/2022)


 Registration NumberNameCGPA
 Bachelor of Architecture
 17/U/19996/PSALatim  Brian       4.53
 Bachelor of Science in Quantity Surveying  
 18/U/164Ssali Abubaker Abdul Salaam4.50
 18/U/172Isabirye Jovan4.43
 18/X/23353/PSPeter Towpke Salah4.43
 Bachelor of Science in  Land Economics
 18/U/204Kamba Shadada Moses4.53      
 18/U/206Karungi Rukia4.50


 Registration NumberNameCGPA
 Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
 18/U/392Katamba Moses4.77
 18/U/084Ssentongo Mark4.76
 18/U/071Kalungi Simon Peter4.55
 18/U/383Abiyo Gladys4.52
 Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering  
 18/U/586Abasabyoona Greson4.45
 Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering  
 18/U/515Imanirakiza Sylvia4.77
 18/U/513Kibenge Ronald4.75
 18/U/22521/PS Mugume Paul Okwija4.68
 18/U/125KImbowa Alvin Bagetuuma4.60
 18/U/488Ssonko Kevin     4.42
 18/U/498Kivumbi Marvin Benjamin4.40


 Registration NumberNameCGPA
 Bachelor of Industrial Fine Art
 19/U/0725         Sseruwo Sulaiman4.81
 19/U/0450Mukiibi Najib    4.72
 19/U/21797       Luyimbazi Ibrahim4.50
 19/U/0734         Naluko Peter4.49
 19/U/18532/PS Namirembe Mary Josephine4.40