Ibrahim W.K. Batambuze
Bio: Ibrahim W.K. Batambuze born in january 1992 somewhere in the congested hospitals of Busoga, is a youth and human rights activist, writer, debater, students leader, quack poet and above all, a happily sad Ugandan currently speculating on what to do when he finishes law school and fails to join Law Development Centre (LDC). He has gained some experience in the field of governance and is also a writer on political, social, policy and social activism. He is currently pursuing a bachelor of Laws from Uganda Christian University, one of the best law schools in Uganda and plans on majoring in international law, human rights and constitutional law. He is a social media addict with a passion for social media activism and also engages in formal debate over social media. Reggae and Rock music, are his favorite form of music and takes keen interest in Roots reggae, which he was introduced to at an early age due to growing up in an environment of revolutionary siblings.