Juliana Kanyomozi who is yet to release her Woman song, recently opened up about her passions of joining rally driving.
The singer who was left devastated in 2014 following the death of her only son Keron, is still trying to find her footing and never know rally driving could be it. While paying gratitude to her rally driver friend, Suzan Muwonge, the singer said,
‘I must’ve been lucky today. Suzan Muwonge, i wanna be like her when I grow up.’ She further goes to wonder how she does it.
We can’t verify if it’s just a joke or not, but the one thing we certain about is that time will tell.
The Olibera Nange singer last week thanked her fans, friends, family and all the well wishers that kept praying for her through the most difficult time of her life.
In a video which she released online last week the Juliana Kanyomozi said,
‘You all know how tough it has been for me, probably the most difficult year of my life.’
It’s the words of encouragement, meeting people that are praying for her – those are some of the things that have kept her strong.
Juliana Kanyomozi further says that her biggest challenge of 2014 was being able to get back on her feet after life decided to throw rocks at her.
With her Woman song yet to drop, 2015 promises to be a better year for the powerful vocalist.