Minister Kabbyanga Asks Youth to Shun Opposition

Minister Kabbyanga Asks Youth to Shun Opposition

By Moses Agaba

Godfrey Kabbyanga Baluku the   State Minister for National Guidance has warned the youth in Uganda to avoid the politics of divisions, sectarianism and shun opposition politics that are full of lies but rather position them strategically.

Kabbyanga asks the youth not to be confused by the opposition and waste time supporting them saying that the NRM Government is still here but what they can do is to position themselves strategically and they will be indentified.

“Don’t waste time supporting the opposition because the NRM Government is still here. I am not an MP but because of strategic positioning am now a minister    “. Said Kabbyanga.

Kabbyanga said this on Friday while officiating as the Guest of honor at the 6th Graduation Ceremony of Metropolitan International University   that was held at the main campus in Kisoro Municipality. 1662 Graduands were awarded Diplomas, Degrees and master degree in various disciplines as the function was presided over by the chancellor Dr Philemon Mateke.

He urged the grandaunds to use the skills that they have acquired during their studies by navigating the challenges in the job market as he urged them to embracing e-learning programs for advanced education and Establishing networks and strategic positioning will be the cornerstone of their brilliance in the future saying that The world is evolving, and forward-thinking strategies are crucial for success in the dynamic landscape .

“  the  world  is evolving so fast  adaptability is key now that you are  Joining the evolving landscape is not just a choice but a necessity. I reminded them that NRM stands as a beacon of progress, and I encouraged their support for government programs focused on socio-economic transformation.

Sarah Nyirabahitisi Mateke the State Minister of Youth and Children affairs who is also the chairperson board of trustees of Metropolitan International University she advised the graduands to  be innovative and  embrace every job that they come across their way .

Mateke  Says that  graduands must  focus on being innovative because white collar jobs are no longer a guarantee  and now that  they have launched the e –learning programs she asked Ugandans to  embrace them .

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