President Museveni Urges Youth to Reject Tribalism & Embrace Productivity for a Prosperous Future

KABALE – President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has urged the youth to shun the divisive influences of tribalism and sectarianism if they are to carve a prosperous path for themselves in the years to come.

Museveni delivered this crucial message as the guest of honor during the National Youth Day Celebrations held at the scenic Kigezi High School Lower Playground in Kabale Municipality.

Under the banner of a deeply resonating theme, “Paving the Way for Post-Covid-19 Recovery and the Full Realization of the 2030 Agenda: Empowering Youth Participation,” the event drew distinguished figures from various corners of the nation.

Within this inspiring setting, President Museveni further implored the young minds present to adopt discipline as their guiding principle, shielding themselves from the allure of youthful indiscretions. He fervently encouraged them to wholeheartedly embrace education, ensuring they acquire qualifications that align seamlessly with the demands of the modern world.

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In addition to emphasizing educational pursuits, the President called upon the youth to embark on a journey of productivity. He underscored the pivotal roles they could assume in areas such as commercial agriculture, manufacturing, and the service industry – a realm encompassing hotels and tourism. This, he believed, would be a path towards not just personal success, but also a contribution to the nation’s growth.

President Museveni challenged the youth to shift their focus from mere leisure-seeking to becoming architects of wealth. He ardently urged them to step into the role of wealth creators, empowered by their skills, aspirations, and dedication. This, he believed, would ensure not only their own prosperity but also a brighter future for Uganda as a whole.


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