Biography of Nambozo Shakira

Nambozo Shakira is a Ugandan Poet, Storyteller, Essayist and Wordsmith Born of a middle class couple in the twenty first centiry;Namudde Robert and Nambozo Batuli.
Nambozo Shakira basically composes free verse poems and lyrical poens.

On the 10th day of September, 2002,Nambozo Batuli gave birth to Nambozo Shakira in Busia district, Uganda- a nation in East Africa.
Shakira's biological father was a proud father to six children with Shakira as his last born of his beloved Batuli. Robert - Shakira's father saw and breathed his last in 2014 leaving Shakira and her surviving siblings Fatherless.

Nambozo Shakira's mother strived to keep her surviving Children educated. By luck and fortune, Shakira was educated by her mother's struggle. Little is known about her education and schools she went through. But, a writer learns everyday so that's not a big deal.

At some point in her life, Shakira mysteriously met a celebrated African Poet - Kibirige Desire Edward the Poet who triggered and shot her life with joy and awakened her talent of writing and thus, that is how she started writing.

There's no doubt that Kibirige Desire Edward and Nambozo Shakira are courting each other. They are such an iconic poet-couple and some poems of them are conversations and they really connect. Anyway, a little is known about there love life. But basing on poetry collections published by Kibirige Desire Edward, it's all written in the lines of Dedication that Edward writes to Shakira.

Briefly, that's Nambozo Shakira who owns shares in Desha Poetry online Poetry Hubs.

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Elizabeth Wisdom: Quite impressive. Keep it up
mafabi : so emotional
mafabi : so emotional
Patiemaryn Pato: A little more effort
Shivan Kyomuhendo: For the whole of my life I've always adored Kibirige Desire Edward. The Poet of centuries so am proud that he has touched on you and inspired you. I love you poems, Nambozo Shakira. How I wish i could reach out to Kibirige Desire Edward, but he is already courting you so wish you people the best of Luck.

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