Makerere university Muslim Students’ Association (MUMSA) finalists have been tipped on managing life after campus.
In a Muslim finalist students’ duwa held on Friday at Makerere mosque grounds, Hajji Musa Ssewavu who was the chief guest challenged students to manage themselves and showcase their value when employed after campus.
Hajji Musa Ssewavu, the founder and director of ASir Apollo Kagwa schools outlined a number of tips which he believes can help students to maintain the degrees and jobs they will get.
He challenged students to contribute to success of organisations that hire them and exhibit their leadership skills.
“Act your role and always make voluntary contributions, make sure everyone is satisfied with your leadership and make sure you act your duties,” Hajji Musa Ssewavu noted.
He said graduates should be committed to continuous learning. “be a person who is curious to read how to improve and to discover more of life. Don’t depend on what other people say that made them develop, discover your own tactics of living a better life. Getting a degree or a masters doesn’t imply that you have reached on the doors of being a successful person.”
Written by Kayaga Shifrah, Journalism student at Makerere University