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Vianey Sserubambula, aka Prince V

Prince V's Charity Initiative Founder Writes Inspirational Book with 300 Quotes

His organization Prince V's Charity Initiative supports less privileged children and children living with disabilities. It registered as The Prince Vianey Initiative.
posted onSeptember 21, 2022
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Prince V's Charity Initiative founder Vianey Sserubambula, aka Prince V has written a book titled The 300 Quotes on Starting to Live Again, based on life experiences.

A teacher by profession, Prince V says he battled heart disease for a long time and it's from this experience that he picked lots of life lessons.

"For a while, I suffered an illness that affected my heart which gave me a different perspective on life. After deep suffering and reflection, I got an unforgettable transformation," he told this reporter, adding that this period in life informed his decision to start charity work.

"It is during that time that I developed a strong passion for humanitarian work. Towards the end of  2020 to date. I do charity and write books to help people overcome barriers in life. And that is how The 300 Quotes on Starting to Live Again emerged."

He says the book, which is yet to be officially launched, is meant to inspire those that are looking for inspiration to transform their life journeys.

"The essence of the 300 quotes is that they express a truth or an insight in a very short way yet amusingly. The quotes are a collection from a great mind and an unforgettable experience. It is for those who want to jumpstart their brains with thoughtful, amusing, and educative energies," he said.

"Thoughts expressed briefly and clearly have tremendous power! They can inspire and motivate the hungry and if you have been through life battles, you will find the book helpful because each one of the statements here will resonate with you. The launch of the book will be soon and we are working hard to see that the book is in every bookshop across the country."

Prince V, who was born July 7, 1994, in Kampala holds a Bachelor of Science with Education from Makerere University. 

But he decided to teach mathematics to children in the Cambridge Curriculum after training at Brook House international school in Nairobi, Kenya. 

He describes himself as a "free-spirited, friendly, loving, playful, selfless, and a charity ambassador."

His organization Prince V's Charity Initiative supports less privileged children and children living with disabilities. It registered as The Prince Vianey Initiative.

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