KAMPALA – Songbird Desire Luzinda has been conservative with disclosing her activities ever since she relocated to the United States of America but here, she bumps into it.
The ‘Ekitone’ singer moved to the USA in 2018 and since then, she has often been reported pursuing theology until yesterday when she has buried the rumors.
Luzinda shocked her fans and social media followers after parading her pictures appearing in a medic dress code, suggesting that she is now pursuing a medical career in the United States of America.
In a statement she issued, the curvy singer revealed that she is now a phlebotomist, ready to attend to patients in blood laboratories especially after her successful phlebotomy exam last week.
She also opened up about the fact that progress in her academic journey was hindered by her music career dominancy but had hopes of accomplishing the studies someday.
At first, she enrolled at Makerere University pursuing a degree in Development Economics but unfortunately dropped out two years later because of her thrilling music career at that time.
“Years later, I enrolled at Nkozi University for Development Studies which I barely did for a year because I had a UK tour that my manager ‘then’ committed to and the dates collided with my first Exam period. I began to get tired of trying even when I knew the granite importance of Education,” she shared.
However, her dream of further education came to light again after bearing more commitment and she enrolled yet again in another preferable field vowing to stick to her goals this time round amidst all hardships she would face.
“Fast forward, as I prepared to enroll ‘again’ little did I know God was preparing for me a career totally different.”
Luzinda shares that while many of her classmates dropped off because of the virtual classes, she said to herself that she wouldn’t flank for the third time.
“So I chose to push even when it was so tough. And here I am on a many years journey of a career very interesting. My point is, never stop trying at something that makes you a better person. People will always talk but would you rather give them talk of you being successful or a failure?” she explains.
Luzinda added that it does not matter how many times one falls but that one time they rise up and make it right.
“Your journey in life is personal so chase it personally.”