Musanjufu Benjamin Kavubu was born on 13th December 1992 a few months before time, making him a member of the Purple ribbon club. About 4 in 10 premature babies make one year. He is a son to two Accounts, a firstborn, and brother. He grew up in between his parents from time after their marriage ended at a very tender age affecting some early aspects of his life like schooling. At the age of 6, his mother had to leave him with father for reasons that are still a mystery, then a battle for custody went on for a while which meant he had to study in two schools almost at the same time depending on where the winds of war were approving of with home school in there since whichever parent got to school ahead of the other would take the two boys home and then to a school of their choice the next day.
In 2003 the whole parenting skirmish came to a standstill and Benjamin stayed with his father till 2006 and at that time he attended Sir Apollo Kagawa Old Kampala for the remainder of primary school. At the end of 2006 then the tide changed and the mother took over. Secondary School commenced in 2007 at Greenhill Academy for two years then two years in Kyambogo College ending O-level education in that period there was only one year of contact with his dad in 2010 at the end of it all, and that was in Kenya, where the father was working then. A-level started in 2011 to 2012 at Our Lady of Africa Mukono and now there was no more war so holidays we’re with the father.
In 2013 he joined Kyambogo University to pursue a degree in Procurement and Logistics Management and graduated in 2016, then started graduated training till September 2018 opting not to pursue a career in procurement but decided to go back to school to became a legally accepted accountant in Uganda at the Institute of Certified Public Accountants of Uganda a journey that he is still on since exams are taken at one’s pace.
At the moment he is into business advisory, taxes and auditing, property agency, and property management. There is also a project in modernizing funding for farmers by connecting them to those with extra disposal income but can’t stand the country side. He is also the founder of Benjamin WATCH, that is looking into an undertaking like money-lending at low-interest rates compared to banks and established financial institutions. He also works in a small accounting consultancy that can not be disclosed at the moment.
Benjamin WATCH was originally a hobby as a blog but has evolved and it’s currently working on its first documentary, and it’s into social media strategy low key. Benjamin is also in the works for biographies for other individuals. In a few months, it going to be a corporation with legal documentation. Benjamin is furthermore a top athlete who plays rugby in Uganda’s low division for a club called Kyambogo Rugby. The sport is not yet professional in Uganda meaning he is a volunteer but very passionate about the sport.
By the time the next WinterABC Benjamin is hoping to be a husband a fit that has eluded him in the past. But one he desires since it’s not good for man to be alone.
It’s the world to decide how he will be remembered since he has said in the past that if he died now it would be worthwhile to have walked under the sun.