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Boundless Dreamer: Peace Diane to rock World Cup screens via DSTV

By Allan Damba
Peace Bagala (R) and a DSTV official Brian Mulondo (L) | Courtesy Image

When talent meets hard work, passion and humility, the mammoth of attainments one is bound to achieve can never have a single limitation.

Peace Diane Bagala, a local female Sports scribe is the perfect revelation to the aforementioned – from a budding journalist to blossoming in a male dominated sect.

Along with Ismail Dhakaba Kigongo, Henry Kyambadde, Suleiman Ddumba and Stuart Kimera, Bagala as the only female on the team, is set to rock the biggest sporting event on the planet – the 2022 FIFA World Cup with Luganda commentary on DStv, Africa’s best digital television.

“It really feels special for me, because as a kid, I did not ever think I would work for such a brand,” Bagala, who is also a CBS radio presenter, confessed to Football256.

“DStv has for some time been one of my indirect biggest inspirations and motivation because the first Award I won was partially sponsored by Multichoice. So, I’m really happy they’ve made the dream come true.”

Football’s most coveted showdown gets underway on November 20th to December 18th, 2022 and Bagala is fully braced for the occasion.

“It’s very special because every journalist around the world would wish to cover the World Cup. It’s a huge opportunity for me to explore my skills, confidence, and approach and there are so many things to learn.”

Besides presenting at CBS, she has over the years done commentary, at Uganda Broadcasting Company (UBC) and Buganda Broadcasting Services (BBS Telefayina).

And, the outspoken journalist is banking on the experience drawn locally and adjusts at the biggest stage.

“I have been doing radio and TV commentary which is almost a similar platform, but my journey here is just starting and I believe this is where I belong.”

An extremely down to earth human, Bagala attributes her remarkable rise and triumph to discipline, respect and continuous personal assessment.

“I handle myself in a very ordinary but also professional way. I know for example what to dress depending on the occasion or office I’m going to.”

“I know who to talk to, and for what and I respect people and their boundaries. If I am to conduct a professional interview, I will stick to that.”

“I have lived to know that patience and time can make you achieve your dreams as long as you work hard. When the time comes, you will always be the perfect candidate,” Bagala noted.

She also added: “I always work hard to better myself well knowing that I do not compete with someone else because I know I’m the best.”

“It’s always about working on what you are than looking at people and their achievements.”

Also an analyst, Bagala concedes it has not been all rosy in her young but industrious career, but even then, the challenges have built the rock in her.

“My journalism journey has not been so straight but, those low moments have moulded the person in me.”

“It has been tricky a bit, emotionally draining and sometimes, along the way you may feel like giving up but, I have kept going. I can’t say it’s been a skyrocket-rise but at a comfortable speed.”

The rise to the global stage is by every standard huge and commendable, yet Bagala feels she can still explore herself and reach even greater heights.

“Five years from now, with God, the right people and this kind of attitude, I believe I can be the biggest name on the continent and the world in sports broadcast.”

Bagala further advises that wannabe sports journalists, especially females, have themselves to bank on should they choose a similar journey.

“The budding female Sports journalist shouldn’t be there because she’s a woman. She should be there because she wants to be exceptional.”

“Let no one watch you, read your article or listen to you because you are female, add something to your gender.”

“Be patient, respect people, your seniors and don’t work to be better than anyone,” Bagala passionately noted.

With several females still struggling to find their feet in the industry, Bagala’s World Cup appearance with DStv will go a long way in inspiring generations into Sport.

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