Mustafah Kiika – “Steffie”
Steffie, as he is generally known, grew up in Kampala where he also went to school and studies afterwards for Mechanical Engineering. He has a family with two children.
Steffie has a relatively quiet personality but his good sense of humor and excellent ability to relate to people always wins through as well as being able to offer interesting information on almost any area or aspect of Uganda.
He has traveled widely around the country and also worked in several up-country areas including Ishasha in Queen Elizabeth National Park. His working experience includes being a logistics officer taking care of overseas volunteers from 1995-1997 for the British based organization Frontiers, working as a mechanic and driver for the Wildlife Education Centre and also camp coordinator for Elephants Crop And People project (ECP) in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
Steffie has been working for Wild frontiers since 1998 and is one of our longest serving guides and staff members. He takes great pride in his work and the vehicles he drives are always immaculately turned out. As a professional guide he has attained Wilderness Medical Associates First Aid certificate, 4X4 driving (high range and self recovery) and his professional guiding certification from Uganda Safaris Guides Association (USAGA).