Balaam Barugahara urges Youth in west to embrace vocational studies for bright future

Balaam Barugahara urges Youth in west to embrace vocational studies for bright future

By Nathan Bahangwa
The vice Chairman MK movement Western Balaam Barugahara urged the youth to engage in vocational studies if they are to have a bright future.
He made this call yesterday while addressing a gathering after the final match of MK Rukiga youth cup 2023 which was organized by Rtd Capt. Damson Christmas kivumba at kamwezi play ground in kamwezi Rukiga district.
Balaama stressed that people spend a lot of money buying some stuff at a high price of which they should be crafting by themselves and he advised them to engage in hand studies.
He also called upon youth to set future goals thereby saving money but not spending money as earned.
Balaama also called upon people of kamwezi to support Gen. MK when time comes as he will improve on their social services like construction of roads, improving on health care and education sector.
During the same function, Balaama lounched mk poultry keeping project in the area whereby three hundred twenty chickens were given out to the youth.
Speaking on the same function, Rtd Capt. Damson Christmas kivumba advocates for social economic transformation among the public.
He called upon the public to educate their children if they want to develop their families and communities thereby engaging in farming, cattle rearing in order to get school fees.
He also urged youth not to sell the chickens that they have received but to rear them until they produce and sell their products to start other projects.
On the same day team MK led by Rtd Capt. Damson Christmas kivumba also cleaned Rwamatunguru town in kamwezi Rukiga district as a way of promoting hygiene in the area.

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