By Peter Masereka
The youth Chaplain of the diocese of Kasese, Rev. Fr. Joseph Tumusiime has called for positive mindset change among the youth who are currently risking lives for jobs in the Arab world than utilizing the available resources in Uganda to develop.
In his homily while presiding over Holy Mass that closed a session of sharing to Nyakiyumbu Secondary School organized by Uganda Chastity Education under the youth office of the diocese of Kasese, Fr. Tumusiime was also critical of learners who drop out of school for foreign domestic jobs which he said were not sustainable.
Fr. Tumusiime who called for more focus to academics, described Uganda as a special God given country with resources that if well tapped into, can ably serve the citizens. Fr. Tumusiime speaking1..…..
He also asked students to be conscious against individuals intending to recruit them into homosexuality he said is being well funded by selfish individuals.
The diocesan youth coordinator, Ms. Neverles Masika Asubuyi described education as a garden that learners must rightly make use of for an improved future. Ms. Neverles speaking ….
The school head teacher, Mr. Protocol Kisembo asked the students to be patient by putting the preacher’s message in practice for their good.
Mr. Protocol speaking….…
Nyakiyumbu secondary School was sixth school to be visited by the youth office under Universal Chastity Education program. END