What do you want to achieve in 2014?

The New Year is a time to reflect on the past, but also to set new goals and stick to them. Society Magazine’s Ivan Ngoboka spoke to a few individuals about their New Year resolutions.
Daffin Umwiza
Daffin Umwiza

The New Year is a time to reflect on the past, but also to set new goals and stick to them. Society Magazine’s Ivan Ngoboka spoke to a few individuals about their New Year resolutions.

I want to grow my spiritual life by venturing into ministry.

Poulyn Mutoni , student. 

Despite a busy work schedule, I want to find more time for family and friends, since they mean life to me. I will go out occasionally for a walk or cup of tea with family.

Daffin Umwiza, accountant.

Since I will be doing  my last semester at university this year, I want to spend time reading hard, so as to improve my grades.

Jackson Gasana,  student.

I want to stay out of debt this year by watching my spending habits. That is one thing I want to work on this year.

Zack Muhiire , clearing and forwarding officer.

I want to get a driving license, I believe this will help me get a better paying job.

Muhoza Patrick
, bookshop attendant.

My New Year resolution is to get married. I have a fiancé and we have saved enough money for a wedding.

Grace Gatera, journalist.


I want to become physically fit by jogging and visiting the gym more often since research shows that it’s associated with health benefits.

Norman Gabiro, student.

I want to start a side business, besides formal employment.

Henry Murinzi, nursing officer

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