By Enos Masereka
Over twenty teenage mothers in Ibanda-Kyanya town council and Bwera Sub-County in Kasese District have graduated in various vocational skills.
During the 5th Graduation ceremony held at Ibanda-Kyanya town council over the weekend, the students graduated with certificates in salon management and tailoring.
While addressing guests and graduates, the chairperson board stress reduction counselling center, Ms. Anna Kule said skilling youth is the way to go in circumstances where technology has left many unemployed countrywide.
She said skilling youth, will prevent them from engaging themselves in dubious acts because they are kept busy unlike those that are idle.
She urged graduates to have self-confidence while marketing themselves in their localities, networking and saving money for the future.
Ms. Anna one on youths speaking…..
She asked them to have descipline in the community and learn to help one another in the field. Ms Anna two on descipline….
The ChairpersonStress reduction counselling center, Rev.Can.Josephat Bwalhuma advised that the youth needed to be rehabilitated to help them achieve their vision.
He asked partners in development and church to help guide and counsel the youth on economic empowerment. Rev. Can Bwalhuma speaking….
The Archdeacon Ibanda Rev.Goerge Gatasaha asked graduates to live an exemplary life and put into good use the skills acquired. END.