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Rosemary Sseninde Urges Youths to Avoid Handouts from Politicians

She also urged the congregation to embrace government programmes that are geared towards empowering them to become economically self-reliant.

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Rosemary Sseninde
Rosemary Sseninde

The NRM director for Mobilisation, Recruitment and Cadre Development, Rosemary Sseninde has urged youth to avoid handouts from politicians but rather focus on engaging themselves in income-generating programmes.

Sseninde made these remarks at Nabityanka Primary School in Galiraaya Sub-County, Kayunga district over the weekend while addressing youth converts who had crossed over to the NRM from the National Unity Platform (NUP) towards forthcoming bye-elections.

She also urged the congregation to embrace government programmes that are geared towards empowering them to become economically self-reliant.

“If you do not shun the negative mindset of expecting handouts from people, you will not develop yourselves. These handouts will not last long, but your business will, if managed properly,” she said.

She called on them to unite and canvas support for the NRM flag bearer in the Kayunga District LCV race, Andrew Muwonge, whom she said will be better positioned to serve them because he belongs to the ruling NRM party.

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“All government programmes are channeled through the LCV office. It is for the benefit of the district to vote for the NRM flag bearer. He is in a better position of working closely with the central government, which will greatly improve service delivery in the district,” she said.

“I want to pledge my commitment towards mobilising and educating the youth in Kayunga district to embrace income-generating activities. This, I will do hand-in-hand with Mr Muwonge once he is in office,” Sseninde added.

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