Ramah Kizito

TV Host @ntvuganda || Fashion Connoisseur || A proud Communications Strategist || Sales Coach

Operating as usual

28/12/2021

I greet you all in the name of HOPE. Not been an easy year but we keep pushing.

What’s been your most memorable fashion moment in 2021?

I greet you all in the name of HOPE. Not been an easy year but we keep pushing.

What’s been your most memorable fashion moment in 2021?

25/11/2021

Been long since i was here. How is it kiri kitya this side?

Meanwhile embwa ya Lana Barber esala akaviiri hoo. Check him out on Instagram.

The first person to share this might win a haircut from me😁

19/09/2021

Who was your best dressed celebrity at the MET GALA 2021?

Who was your best dressed celebrity at the MET GALA 2021?

Photos from Ramah Kizito's post 03/09/2021

Have you ever wondered what your fashion says about your personality? OR your brand as a celebrity or a person under public scrutiny?

On the show tonight, we introduce to you Image Branding and consultancy, as a working term for anyone living a life subject to criticism.

Joining me tonight is @nabi_gala (Faith Nabaggala) as She unlocks the details you need to know about Image Branding. See you at 7:35pm only on NTV UGANDA.

25/08/2021

Okay they didn’t lie but this is hilarious 😂😂😂.

I take the compliments though, it’s not easy topping this list mu kampala ejudde abavubuka envumulo😂

15/08/2021

For years, Men have assumed that dressing for your shape was a concept best left to their fairer counterparts,but its important for them to embrace as well. Whether you’ve got the perfect body shape or are rocking the ‘Dad Bod’, Every guy can benefit from dressing in a way that best suits his physique.

Enjoy this simple Style tip from me and my brother Godwin.

Tell me what you guys think in the comment section.

13/08/2021

It feels like two minutes have passed since Gianluigi Donnarumma beat away Bukayo Saka’s penalty to win Euro 2020 for Italy and break England hearts, but apparently the new Premier League season starts TODAY.

Manchester City have spent £100 million on Jack Grealish and Chelsea have reunited with Romelu Lukaku, while we say a warm hello to Norwich, Watford and Brentford who arrive from the Championship.

Ole Gunnar Solskjaer finally has a squad of players that want to be at the club. And with the addition of Jadon Sancho and Raphael Varane, plus Paul Pogba’s impressive return to form, this is a team that can challenge for the title.

“But—but—Man City won the league by 12 points”, It’s a fair argument, concerned reader. But last season was an anomaly with a condensed schedule favouring the best squad and teams not reliant on their fans (i.e. Man City).

With Chelsea looking formidable, Liverpool boasting the Van Dijk-supporters combo, and Man Utd strengthening at both ends of the pitch, it’s going to be a tricky proposition for City to retain their title.

It's worth remembering that their main ambition is to win the Champions League, particularly after defeat to Chelsea in the final last season. Will they be prepared to go all-in on a title race when the trophy they really crave continues to elude them?

What are your predictions?

27/07/2021

I can’t believe it’s been a year already as host of NTV STYLE PROJECT on NTV Uganda. I hope I continue on this path of hard work. I am very proud of me & I thank you for all the Support & Criticism. I love you all.

Remember, No Socks in Crocs😁

I can’t believe it’s been a year already as host of NTV STYLE PROJECT on NTV Uganda. I hope I continue on this path of hard work. I am very proud of me & I thank you for all the Support & Criticism. I love you all.

Remember, No Socks in Crocs😁

20/07/2021

He is the One GOD, the Creator, the Initiator, the Designer. To Him belong the most beautiful names. Glorifying Him is everything in the heavens and the earth. He is the Almighty, Most Wise. Eid Mubarak!

📷: When outside was still open

He is the One GOD, the Creator, the Initiator, the Designer. To Him belong the most beautiful names. Glorifying Him is everything in the heavens and the earth. He is the Almighty, Most Wise. Eid Mubarak!

📷: When outside was still open

11/07/2021

6 WAYS TO BUILD SOCIAL CAPITAL TO SUPPORT YOUR CAREER & BUSINESS ADVANCEMENT.

BY RAMAH SHAFIK KIZITO

1. Network proactively.
Networking proactively is important. What happens if you don’t have a strong network, and suddenly you lose your job? If you don’t have a network to tap into, you’re out of luck. It will most likely take you much longer to find a new position. And how can you get information about a hiring manager or new boss if you don’t have a network of people to provide that information?

Networking proactively provides an advantage by supporting you with a powerful collection of people who are willing and able to speak for you on an ongoing basis. The network is there for you when you need it because you’ve built the social capital. Have someone in URA, another in Umeme, Stanbic, or a collection of successful business men if you’re in entrepreneurship.

2. Be strategic.
Strategic networking is more than socializing and swapping business cards, it’s creating solid relationships to support your career aspirations. It takes focus and intention to build such a network, but it’s invaluable for your professional development.

Identify who you know and who you need to know to help you reach your career/business goal and build a power network to support your advancement.

3. Pay it forward and leverage relationships.
This requires more than ‘connections’ or ‘friends’; it requires cutting through clutter and focusing on what matters, real, mutually beneficial partnerships.

Identifying the right people, those people who have power and influence and who are willing to recommend you, is the first step. Building and nurturing relationships of trust is next. The third important step is to leverage the relationships by paying it forward, being willing to help others and asking for assistance when you need it.

Women are less likely to build their favor bank and call in their “chips” and from their network. Their hesitancy to ask puts them at a distinct disadvantage to men who use their relationships to gain visibility and advance their careers.

4. Set aside dedicated time each week to network.
One of the major push backs I hear from mostly women is they don’t have time to network. They scramble to get their job done during the day and at night they often have family responsibilities that prevent them from networking activities.

If you don’t schedule time each week, your default behavior will be to stay in your office and tackle your to do list. Schedule at least one networking meeting per week. Make it your intention to have lunch or coffee with colleagues and key stakeholders. Put it on your calendar or it won’t happen!

Your time is valuable so be strategic about your networking activity outside of work. It’s wise to identify a couple of organizations that will provide valuable resources for your professional development. Before you join, go to a couple of meetings. Find those organizations that align with your values and offer you the best opportunities to build powerful relationships.

5. Keep in touch with former colleagues and alums.
While it’s important to build a network of contacts to support your career/ent goal, it’s equally important to nurture the relationships you have. Former colleagues, bosses, alums already know the value you offer and can recommend you for new opportunities and can support your businesses. It pays to stay in touch. I know from my own experience how important these relationships are. You all know what happened to businesses last year and i was not spared as well, i really hit the dead end and was seeking new money to help me recover. A former colleague opened a door which helped me land a gig as a digital consultant in a reputable organisation. See?

6. Focus your social media networking efforts.
One would think that because we are constantly connected online, that networking in this manner is easy. After all, we have the potential for tremendous exposure to a vast network of people. However, online professional networking is not without challenges.

It is difficult to cut through all the noise. The number of people who connect with us is daunting and as a result, it’s easy to lose our strategic focus. Someone approaches us on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn, or any other social network and asks to connect and our first response is to say ok. We end up with a huge network of people we don’t know and who offer us no value. It’s wiser to look carefully at their profiles to determine if you want that person in your network. If you determine there is some commonality, then reply and set up some time to talk and initiate a relationship. The point is that the number of contacts in your online network is not nearly as important as the quality.

In summary, we are frequently told about the importance of networking. Yet we are not necessarily taught how to network in a strategic manner to support our career aspirations. The best way to move your career ahead is to build and nurture mutually beneficial relationships with people who can speak for you and create the visibility you need to succeed.

If you found this helpful, please follow me on
Twitter: https://twitter.com/ramahkizito?s=21
Instagram: https://instagram.com/ramahkizito?utm_medium=copy_link and who knows i could start sharing more valuable resources on career and business advancement.

6 WAYS TO BUILD SOCIAL CAPITAL TO SUPPORT YOUR CAREER & BUSINESS ADVANCEMENT.

BY RAMAH SHAFIK KIZITO

1. Network proactively.
Networking proactively is important. What happens if you don’t have a strong network, and suddenly you lose your job? If you don’t have a network to tap into, you’re out of luck. It will most likely take you much longer to find a new position. And how can you get information about a hiring manager or new boss if you don’t have a network of people to provide that information?

Networking proactively provides an advantage by supporting you with a powerful collection of people who are willing and able to speak for you on an ongoing basis. The network is there for you when you need it because you’ve built the social capital. Have someone in URA, another in Umeme, Stanbic, or a collection of successful business men if you’re in entrepreneurship.

2. Be strategic.
Strategic networking is more than socializing and swapping business cards, it’s creating solid relationships to support your career aspirations. It takes focus and intention to build such a network, but it’s invaluable for your professional development.

Identify who you know and who you need to know to help you reach your career/business goal and build a power network to support your advancement.

3. Pay it forward and leverage relationships.
This requires more than ‘connections’ or ‘friends’; it requires cutting through clutter and focusing on what matters, real, mutually beneficial partnerships.

Identifying the right people, those people who have power and influence and who are willing to recommend you, is the first step. Building and nurturing relationships of trust is next. The third important step is to leverage the relationships by paying it forward, being willing to help others and asking for assistance when you need it.

Women are less likely to build their favor bank and call in their “chips” and from their network. Their hesitancy to ask puts them at a distinct disadvantage to men who use their relationships to gain visibility and advance their careers.

4. Set aside dedicated time each week to network.
One of the major push backs I hear from mostly women is they don’t have time to network. They scramble to get their job done during the day and at night they often have family responsibilities that prevent them from networking activities.

If you don’t schedule time each week, your default behavior will be to stay in your office and tackle your to do list. Schedule at least one networking meeting per week. Make it your intention to have lunch or coffee with colleagues and key stakeholders. Put it on your calendar or it won’t happen!

Your time is valuable so be strategic about your networking activity outside of work. It’s wise to identify a couple of organizations that will provide valuable resources for your professional development. Before you join, go to a couple of meetings. Find those organizations that align with your values and offer you the best opportunities to build powerful relationships.

5. Keep in touch with former colleagues and alums.
While it’s important to build a network of contacts to support your career/ent goal, it’s equally important to nurture the relationships you have. Former colleagues, bosses, alums already know the value you offer and can recommend you for new opportunities and can support your businesses. It pays to stay in touch. I know from my own experience how important these relationships are. You all know what happened to businesses last year and i was not spared as well, i really hit the dead end and was seeking new money to help me recover. A former colleague opened a door which helped me land a gig as a digital consultant in a reputable organisation. See?

6. Focus your social media networking efforts.
One would think that because we are constantly connected online, that networking in this manner is easy. After all, we have the potential for tremendous exposure to a vast network of people. However, online professional networking is not without challenges.

It is difficult to cut through all the noise. The number of people who connect with us is daunting and as a result, it’s easy to lose our strategic focus. Someone approaches us on Facebook, Twitter, or LinkedIn, or any other social network and asks to connect and our first response is to say ok. We end up with a huge network of people we don’t know and who offer us no value. It’s wiser to look carefully at their profiles to determine if you want that person in your network. If you determine there is some commonality, then reply and set up some time to talk and initiate a relationship. The point is that the number of contacts in your online network is not nearly as important as the quality.

In summary, we are frequently told about the importance of networking. Yet we are not necessarily taught how to network in a strategic manner to support our career aspirations. The best way to move your career ahead is to build and nurture mutually beneficial relationships with people who can speak for you and create the visibility you need to succeed.

If you found this helpful, please follow me on
Twitter: https://twitter.com/ramahkizito?s=21
Instagram: https://instagram.com/ramahkizito?utm_medium=copy_link and who knows i could start sharing more valuable resources on career and business advancement.

29/06/2021

That is what learning is. You suddenly understand something you’ve understood all your life, but in a new way. And the beautiful thing about learning is nobody can take it away from you.

All I’m saying is Give me your money, anything Social Media coz here, we’re officially certified.

That is what learning is. You suddenly understand something you’ve understood all your life, but in a new way. And the beautiful thing about learning is nobody can take it away from you.

All I’m saying is Give me your money, anything Social Media coz here, we’re officially certified.

Photos from Ramah Kizito's post 25/06/2021

PRINCESS BAGAYA: BY RAMAH KIZITO

Right before slay queens came here with nothing but love for men, bars, parties and events, there were women like Princess Bagaaya who slayed in all aspects.

Princess Elizabeth Christobel Edith Bagaaya Akiiki of Toro is the daughter of His Royal Highness King George Rukidi III and Lady Kezia Rukidi.

She is a lawyer, the first East African lawyer to be admitted to the English bar (not of beer and wine but of lawyers), a stateswoman, a diplomat, a high end fashion model and an actress.

She wrote in her autobiography that “I felt that I was on trial and that my failure to excel would reflect badly on the entire black race.” Bagaaya was accepted to the prestigious Cambridge University where she earned her place in history as the third African woman to graduate from Cambridge in 1962 with a law degree.

In 1965, Elizabeth Bagaaya became a Barrister-at-Law, becoming the first woman from East Africa to be admitted to the English Bar.

In 1967 she appeared as a guest model at a Commonwealth runway show in London, after which she ditches law for modelling. She joined the New York fashion scene where she was featured in the June 1969 edition of Vogue Magazine with a four-page spread, and in November of the same year she made history by becoming the first black model to be photographed for the cover of Harper’s Bazaar.

Bagaaya starred in several motion pictures, including “Sheena” and Chinua Achebe’s “Things Fall Apart and No Longer at Ease” in which she acted the leading female role.

In 1971 Bagaaya took up a career in politics following the military coup of 1971, on special invitation of President Iddi Amin Dada to serve as Uganda’s roving ambassador. Later, she was appointed Uganda’s ambassador to the United Nations.

In 1986 Elizabeth was appointed ambassador to the United States, a job she held until 1988.

Following the death of her husband, Elizabeth opted to leave public service and get involved in charity work. The restoration of cultural leaders in 1993 beckoned Princess Bagaya to return and serve her people as Princess Royale to her brother, King Patrick Kaboyo Olimi VII. She was one of the key players in restarting the kingdom. Upon the untimely death of King Olimi VII, she was named as one of the guardians to her nephew, the three-and-one half years old infant king, His Royal Highness Omukama Oyo Nyimba Kabamba Iguru Rukidi IV.

Bagaaya is today one of the key players in the kingdom reconstruction activities of The Batebe of Toro Foundation, to which she devotes most of her time.

The princess has also served as Uganda’s Ambassador to Germany and the Vatican, and as Uganda’s High Commissioner to Nigeria, based in Abuja.

The story of Princess Elizabeth of Toro relates the highs and lows in the life of a living legend, a fairy tale princess.

More about the princess can be found may in her autobiography “Elizabeth of Toro: The Odyssey of an African Princess”.

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