“In an era where the Judiciary is ranked among the most corrupt, I owe it to myself and to everyone to be different..."
"In an era where the Judiciary is ranked among the most corrupt, I owe it to myself and to everyone to be different. I resolved from my earliest days as a Grade One Magistrate never to sell justice," reveals Lady Justice Catherine Bamugemereire.
The festive season is upon us and there is no better way to start it than to meet the famed no-nonsense judge who headed the Kampala Capital City Authority probe team and the commission of inquiry into the Uganda National Roads Authority, in the comfort of your living room.
In the current issue of Flair Magazine, Bamugemereire bares her soul as she talks about her life as a judge, mother and wife.
She also lets us in on why she loves Christmas.
The magazine features other inspiring stories of women who have dared to be different.
Tem Fashion Wear's Margaret Kyambadde came from being a housewife to running a bridal empire.
Lee Lukunse was an angry victim of theft, but she is now a beacon of hope.
According to Hajara Batuuka, Vision Group's marketing manager for print, the magazine is a must-read for the holidays.
"There are over 100 tips to help you through the season.
From shopping, to quick and delicious recipes plus intimacy, there is so much to make your Christmas a memorable one."
Ricky Apollo Oweka, a sales supervisor, said: "This is our last issue of the year.
The demand is already high and there is something for everyone," he said.
Flair Magazine brings you more than 15 pages of the latest fashion trends, interior and financial tips.
It was founded in 2007 to meet the holistic needs of the corporate woman. It touches every aspect of an inspiring achiever's life.