My passion to develop a professional career in the field of statistics comes from a life-long fascination of dealing with facts. From my young age, I have always believed “If You Fail to Plan, You are Planning to Fail” as it was stated by Benjamin Franklin in 1758 in his book, the “Way to Wealth”. Most importantly, no person or organization can plan efficiently and effectively without accurate statistics. Whenever given an opportunity to work with an organization, I have always directed my efforts to produce the most accurate statistics that can guide the responsible. authorities during the planning process. I find that working with accurate statistics is the right way to relate want is desired to the reality since our desires are at times unrealistic. My endless professional satisfaction is always attained when planning is guided by the right statistics but not by personal interests.


Master of Science Economics (University of Reading, UK), Bachelor of Quantitative Economics (Gulu University).

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