Church of Uganda’s Archbishop, Stanley Ntagali has persistently persuaded many youth to open up their own business strategies and invert from waiting for Governments’ money which is already in circulation in Ghetto places. Ntagali said all this after feeling the greed and future out comes to the country’s economy.
Archbishop Ntagali was crucial and precise when he urged youth to have good plans with smart brains before accepting President Museveni’s unless other wise the government will instead incur more losses.
Archbishop Ntagali urges youth to be their own bosses!
However, the Archbishop’s points mean’t to awaken President Museveni’s strategies to uplift the young generation by owing them cash that will support them via jobs creation.
Recently, the youth in Kampala-Kamwokya were supplied with 100M shillings on the 24th of September by the Gov’t. Respective to the Uganda Media Centre, Executive Director Col (rtd) Shaban Bantariza presented that cash.
All this cash was served through the Ghetto Youth Initiative besides the Museveni, that was aimed at creating employment opportunities to the youth.
Not all Ugandans support this program, therefore the Archbishop Ntagali was forced to act otherwise towards misuse of this money unnecessarily. While speaking, Stanley claims if these youth receive hard cash, they are less likely to spend it on insensible issues, thus making no changes about the governments’ mission.
The Archbishop still hankered the youth to keep busy and work smart because governments’ money can sustain all their needs thoroughly. Stanley more so made the government suffer disability and placed more emphasis on training students with skilled labor, and lastly the Archbishop hopes that a sum of 350 million shillings will be injected in building a medical school.
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