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#SHACKAt100 Profiles - Daniel Kazibwe (Ragga Dee)

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  • 10/25/2021 01:53:59 pm

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#SHACKAt100 Profiles - Daniel Kazibwe (Ragga Dee) Cohort : Bugya Boys 1989-1995 Born on 20th January 1973 to Mr. George William Kyeyune and Mrs Milly Kyeyune. Married with 4 children. ACADEMIC PROFILE: • 1979-1981- Jack and Jill Nursery School • 1982-1988- Buganda Road Primary School • 1989-1995- St. Henry’s College Kitovu where he attained a Uganda Certificate of Education and Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education • 1996-1999- Bachelors Degree in Business Administration from Makerere University Business School, MUBS • 2000-2002: Masters in Business Administration from Tennessee Valley University in United States of America. • 2003: Masters in Business Consultation from the Elephant and Castle University in the United Kingdom. SERVICE TO SOCIETY Formerly contested for the lord Mayor ship of Kampala Capital City in 2016 Celebrated business mogul in the motor vehicle industry. Known for his trade in American motor vehicles Proprietor of Emmark Business Consults, one of the leading international Business Consultancy firms in East Africa Marketing mogul with a marketing agency that promoted top hotels in Kampala Proprietor of the famous Big Mikes Club along Acacia Avenue Manages an event organising company Has trained several artistes who are currently on the international music scene, among them the Ganda Boys Twins Became the first student in the history of SHACK to charge fellow students for a show at which he was performing Served as Entertainment prefect while at SHACK Was crowned Mr. SHACK for four consecutive years given his talent in the dancing and singing. He received the Presidential Heroes Day medal in recognition of his support to Africa’s Entertainment industry He has received several awards on the international and national scene including 28 PAM Awards, 4 Galaxy Awards, and one of the longest celebrated musicians in Uganda. Was the first Ugandan Student to hold a concert at the Sheraton Kampala Hotel while still at school, a concert that went down in the country’s books of history.