National Teachers College- Kabale Students Tipped On Job Creation
The Deputy Commissioner of Patriotism in the Office of the President Mubaraka Magomu has urged students to exploit the economic opportunities in the country to create jobs instead of copying Western countries
Magomu made the call today while opening a one week patriotic training of over 300 students of National Teachers College Kabale held at the college main hall in Kabale municipality. The commissioner challenged students to respect African cultural practices and shun those brought in by western countries like homosexuality which does not favor the survival of students but has dragged many into danger.
He urged them to practice agriculture rather that hopping to get money from cultures which will put their future at risk. Magomu explained that they are targeting the youth as a priority because they constitute 75% of the Ugandan population, to enable them adopt patriotism and its development to their communities and the country at large.
He added that the training is in line with the government mandate to inculcate patriotism values and norms to all students and youth of Uganda through patriotism studies. The training that started today will end on Saturday 24th February 2018 when the participants will be passed out at the function that will be held at National Teachers College Kabale play ground.