Kamuli youth told to tap into govt projects


Kamuli: Youth in Kamuli District have been advised to engage in productive activities, shun divisions and guard against promiscuous lifestyles.

The remarks were made by the district secretary for gender, youth and children, Ms Sarah Auma, while handing over 12 bicycles and a motorcycle to youth council members at the weekend.

Ms Auma said the facilitation under the Youth Livelihoods Programme was meant to empower them to reach out to other youth and mobilise them for development.

“Engage in productive and practical skills and use them to rally fellow youth to support and benefit from government programmes,” she said.

Kamuli District youth council chairman Joel Kibikyo challenged the youth to remain focused, united and work as a team so as to harness resources. “Let us direct our energies and potentials to investing in the future, make names and aim higher,” Mr Kibikyo said.

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