Youth Warned Against Financial Indiscipline


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adiposity geneva; font-size: small;”>“During wedding ceremonies people fundraise too much money, give out presents in form of cars, cows, television sets and bring hundreds of people to escort them because they simply want to show off,” he said.

Nsibambi instead advised people to always have a simple function saying on his introduction ceremony he only took thirty people and a few things as bride price.

He advised the youth to abandon all uneconomic practices which encourage them to steal and borrow money which they can’t pay back.

“You should adopt the practice of making investments so that they can a source of employment to the many unemployed youths,” he said.

Nsibambi further advised the youth not to fear taking up risks in business because even the successful entrepreneurs like the late Mulwana, Dr. Wavamunno and others started small.

He said after retiring from the government, him and his wife set up a small dairy which they visit every weekend. ”This farm employs a number of rural people, youth who have learnt modern farming and animal husbandry,” he said.

Professor Nsibambi was among the key speakers at the launch of the Great wall of fame that was held on Friday evening at Imperial Royale hotel in Kampala.


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