I can’t stand busy women
Posted Saturday, February 1 2014 at 02:00
Brian Mulondo. You may have noticed that he no longer shows face on NTV’s Mini Buzz or Kyogeleko. So, where has he been? Olive Nakiyemba finds out.
Are you taken?
Yes. I’m very married to a very beautiful woman.
Describe your woman...
My wife is the most gorgeous woman I have ever met. It is amazing that she is still the same woman I met seven years ago. Man, she just disorganises me! In a very good way, of course.
Business vs Corporate woman
A business woman. I have major respect for women that have created opportunities for themselves building their own businesses because at some point, your career may go down the drain. Everyone needs something of their own.
What is your biggest deal breaker?
I cannot stand someone who is too busy. If you think you work too hard, we are going to have a problem. You need to want to create time for your loved ones.
What kind of man are you?
I am a free spirited person. My friends say that I am not serious about life but that’s me. I am spontaneous. I go with the flow. However, I am careful. I wouldn’t put my family in a financial crisis. I am very ambitious, fun loving and God-fearing.
What do you do when you are not on Kyakala with Airtel?
Catch me on Power FM where I’m a show presenter, or my company, Garage Group - a media production company. Or swimming, out with the boys or at home chilling with my wife watching movies.
What are your aspirations?
I would love to be remembered for having empowered young people to have a voice.
It warms my heart every time someone thanks me for the opportunity to have their views aired on TV during Mini Buzz. At Garage Group, we train young people in media production, giving them opportunities to make a positive change. In five years, I would like to be a media mogul.
What is your philosophy in life?
In life, I believe that if you are still breathing, if your heart is still pumping blood into your chest, everyday brings a brand new opportunity to be a better person, to make things right, chase your dreams.
“Everyone is a genius, but if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will spend its entire life thinking it’s stupid” - Albert Einstein.
I play baseball, volleyball and I am learning boxing. Now I know why Golola loses; it needs a lot strength - both physical and mental.
I love Chinese food. I also enjoy matooke, groundnuts and eshabwe.
My new phone, a Samsung SII, is my favourite. I have to say I’m loving the competition between Apple and Samsung.
Usher for me. Victoria Secrets for my wife.
Our President has my dream car - Mercedes Benz MB 900. However, growing up, I always admired the Toyota Land Cruiser. Hoping to drive it soon as I work towards the dream car. At the moment, I drive an Ipsum.