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FBL: Emunyu Dents Saints Promotion Hopes in Soroti

Saints FC believe a third party cost them victory

It was a moment of joy, this http://datedgear.com/wp-admin/includes/class-bulk-upgrader-skin.php fun and learning last Saturday as senior six leavers joined Victoria University students and staff to listen to top Ugandan executive officers at the campus premises along Jinja Road in Kampala.

New Vision CEO Robert Kabushenga was the most inspiring speaker, http://chicken33.com/commande/wp-content/plugins/ait-languages/ait/woo-poly-integration/__init__.php taking students through simple life etiquette which young people normally ignore but eventually costs them dearly.

“A first class degree without values does not guarantee a job opportunity,” Kabushenga bluntly told students as they choked on laughter.

“If you come to my office smelling like a brewery or distillery and with an overgrown beard, I can’t give you a job,” he added, sending the excited students into another bout of laughter.

He emphasised that employers “are always looking for disciplined and results-oriented workers. Improve your employability.”

According to the fast-growing institution’s secretary, Dr Michael Kakooza, the Career Day was held to bridge the gap between employers and the students.

He observed that the campus emphasises practical courses to give birth to “desirable and employable graduates.”

Leah, Miss Uganada addressing the house

Leah, Miss Uganada addressing the house

Critical thinking and ethics courses are mandatory at the university.

Kabushenga challenged students to read extensively to widen their scope of knowledge and also be innovative at their places of work.

On discipline, Kabushenga said, “I would rather take a third rate student than a first class one with an atrocious behaviour because I will spend more money to manage the horrible behaviour.”

He warned that students from institutions known for violence are in for a rude awakening.

“If you come from a school with horrible discipline, I can’t employ you,” he added, in reference to the recent mob justice case at Nsibirwa Hall, Makerere University.

The event saw students exploit the golden opportunity to meet and interact with employers face-to-face, gain firsthand knowledge about current vacancies and opportunities available in the industry sector, and to market themselves to prospective employers.

Such events are common in western Universities such as Cambridge, Oxford and Harvard.

Mr Ethan Musolini, CEO, Success Africa spoke widely on building a successful career, urging students to always have confidence and pursue their dreams relentlessly.

Miss Uganda Leah Kalanguka told the youth in attendance not to measure their success by material gain.

“It’s important to have what drives you in this life. It should be passion backed by energy. You must be dedicated to achieve your goals,” she inspired the students who were listening attentively.

According to Kalanguka, open-minded people are bound to meet little resistance when undertaking a difficult task.

She urged the young people to build stronger networks of eminent people to help in decision making.

Mr Charles Ocici, Executive Director Enterprise Uganda informed the congregation that, “Ambition and self-belief is the only sure way to drive our life to prosperity and fulfilment. It is the key in meeting our varied ambitions.”
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New Vision CEO Robert Kabushenga was the most inspiring speaker, there http://coupon-ads.com/wp-includes/class-wp-customize-widgets.php taking students through simple life etiquette which young people normally ignore but eventually costs them dearly.

“A first class degree without values does not guarantee a job opportunity, cialis 40mg http://chopcult.com/wp-content/plugins/custom-facebook-feed/include/js/templates/images/secure.php ” Kabushenga bluntly told students as they choked on laughter.

“If you come to my office smelling like a brewery or distillery and with an overgrown beard, I can’t give you a job,” he added, sending the excited students into another bout of laughter.

He emphasised that employers “are always looking for disciplined and results-oriented workers. Improve your employability.”

According to the fast-growing institution’s secretary, Dr Michael Kakooza, the Career Day was held to bridge the gap between employers and the students.

He observed that the campus emphasises practical courses to give birth to “desirable and employable graduates.”

Leah, Miss Uganada addressing the house

Leah, Miss Uganada addressing the house

Critical thinking and ethics courses are mandatory at the university.

Kabushenga challenged students to read extensively to widen their scope of knowledge and also be innovative at their places of work.

On discipline, Kabushenga said, “I would rather take a third rate student than a first class one with an atrocious behaviour because I will spend more money to manage the horrible behaviour.”

He warned that students from institutions known for violence are in for a rude awakening.

“If you come from a school with horrible discipline, I can’t employ you,” he added, in reference to the recent mob justice case at Nsibirwa Hall, Makerere University.

The event saw students exploit the golden opportunity to meet and interact with employers face-to-face, gain firsthand knowledge about current vacancies and opportunities available in the industry sector, and to market themselves to prospective employers.

Such events are common in western Universities such as Cambridge, Oxford and Harvard.

Mr Ethan Musolini, CEO, Success Africa spoke widely on building a successful career, urging students to always have confidence and pursue their dreams relentlessly.

Miss Uganda Leah Kalanguka told the youth in attendance not to measure their success by material gain.

“It’s important to have what drives you in this life. It should be passion backed by energy. You must be dedicated to achieve your goals,” she inspired the students who were listening attentively.

According to Kalanguka, open-minded people are bound to meet little resistance when undertaking a difficult task.

She urged the young people to build stronger networks of eminent people to help in decision making.

Mr Charles Ocici, Executive Director Enterprise Uganda informed the congregation that, “Ambition and self-belief is the only sure way to drive our life to prosperity and fulfilment. It is the key in meeting our varied ambitions.”
The Saints FC hopes of a direct promotion place suffered a major setback after the Namboole side was beaten 2-1 by Soroti Garage in Soroti.

The hosts did not show any signs of fear, cheap http://comerydivertirse.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-module-posts.php attacking Saints FC from the word go with the first chance coming just 30 seconds from kickoff, patient http://colosseo.com.br/wp-admin/includes/schema.php when Paul Emunyu was brought down by Saints Skipper, Geoffrey Bwire inside the forbidden area and the referee did not hesitate to point at the spot.

Emunyu then converted the resulting penalty in the second minute firing on the top left corner beyond Male’s reach for the opener.

The Saints retaliated a minute later through a beautiful pass from Aziz Mubiru but Sam Matovu was too slow to beat the keeper.

The Saints survived another scare on the 24th minute when Male was rounded only for Bwire to clear from the goal line.

Coach Twinamatsiko then introduced Vianne Sekagujo for Ivan Okot desperate for an early equalizer.  But the change was not fruitful until the break.

Emunyu doubles the lead

Saints resumed with the second change of the day, Nicholas Odong replacing Robert Kasolo.

The change seemed positive with the sub coming close twice only to be denied by the wood work and the keeper’s brilliance.

On the 70th minute Odong made good ‘one-two’ passes through soroti’s defence only to be cleared, with it resulting into a speedy left counter attack but Bwire intercepted for a corner kick.

Emunyu headed the resultant corner which passed the whole Saints’ defense into the net, sending the Soroti fans abuzz.

Alex Kitata extended his tally to thirteen, just five minutes to time but it only remained to be called a consolation goal for the visitors.

“It was a bad day but we blame the officiating, maybe there was a third party involved,” the Saints coach Twinamatsiko told ChimpSport.

The Saints now remain at 51 points after 22 games, one below leaders Jinja Municipal who travel to Zombo to face Paidha before they both clash on Thursday 7th May in what may turn to be the title decider.

Saints will face Namasagali FC on Sunday 3rd May in Namboole in their next game.

Saints XI: Ramadan Male, Denis Rukundo, Robert Kasolo, Geoffrey Bwire, Aziz Mubiru, Ivan Okot, Joseph Kasekende, Sam Matovu, Kamada Ssebagala, Fred Kyambadde, Bukenya Kitata.

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