Graduates, especially the youth have been challenged to utilize their brain & skills to create some sources of income so that they don’t starve as they wait for the jobs they studied for.
This advice was sounded by experts during Bishop Stuart University-BSU 17th graduation ceremony in Mbarara city today May 6,2022 where the Vice President, Retired Maj. Jessica Alupo represented President Yoweri Tibuhaburwa Kaguta Museveni as the Guest of Honor, with 1773 graduating in different courses. The Vice President emphasized the need for “young people” to be creative & active.
The ceremony was also graced by the University Chancellor & Vice Chancellor, Dr. Fred Sheldon Mwesigye who is the Bishop Ankole Diocese and Prof. Maud Kamatenesi respectively. Bishop Sheldon challenged the graduates to observe, practice & maintain integrity while Prof. Kamatenesi revealed that in 20 years of BSU being celebrated, there is a lot to make them proud especially many people competently serving in different sectors, who studied from BSU.
While speaking to Rise News Uganda at the ceremony,Apostle Willy Tumwine the Senior Pastor of Holy Spirit Fire Church, whose adopted son also graduated with Bachelors of Law, said jobs are not enough but people should try and have sources of income as they wait for jobs. “Use your brain, make sure that you don’t starve”.
Ap. Willy Tumwine’s audio comments below. English version…
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