It is not only her passion; it has become her second nature. It has always been her sanctuary and keeps her from grueling world politics.
PIC: Minister Seninde harvesting maize from one of her farms. (Credit: Samuel Lutwama)
KAMPALA - Few civil servants and cabinet ministers bother to pursue farming because they are content with their permanent and pensionable jobs.
There are however exceptions to the rule. Take for example, Rosemary Ssninde, the State Minister for primary education.
Seninde takes great pride in being a farmer. Farming is a hobby horse for Seninde.
It is not only her passion; it has, with time, become her second nature.
Whilst politics is her lifeline; farming has always been her sanctuary; an activity that admittedly clears her mind, makes her feel close to the natural world and keeps her free from the grueling world of Politics.
For Seninde, farming is a passion. It is a source of happiness.