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Middle East Consultants Send 75 to Work in UAE

Youths lineup for checkup  at Entebbe airport on Thursday.

A total of 75 youths have Thursday left the Entebbe International Airport to work as unarmed security guards and cleaners in the United Arab Emirates (UAE).

The group, treat http://cikza.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-list-post-types-endpoint.php whose jobs were reserved by Middle East Consultants Limited (MEC) left Entebbe at exactly 12:00 noon in two groups aboard Ethiopian Airways and Kenya Airways, visit this site headed to the UAE cities of Dubai and Abu Dhabi.

Some of the youths were escorted by their parents who bid farewell to them at a sendoff briefing held at MEC offices in Muyenga on Thursday morning.

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According to Wyclif Munanura, the Operations Manager at Middle East Consultants, the company has taken over 200 youths to work in Qatar, UAE and Bahrain in a span of one month.

Munanura says MEC continues to receive vast amounts of applications from different individuals in the country although the company has a tight screening exercise that singles out the most eligible ones.

Some of the other parents who had escorted the youths

Some of the other parents who had escorted the youths

In his address, Godfrey Kyalimpa, the MEC recruitment and vetting officer advised the youths to concentrate on what took them when they reach so that they can return home with something to show as well as portray a good image about Uganda.

“Don’t go there and forget what has taken you. Right now, all of you are willing to work but when you reach, the conditions are going to change and you may become boastful, ignore your jobs to spend the little money you will have earned,” he noted.

“Remember where you have come from and what has taken you. There are many people looking for jobs here so if you are disciplined, it will create more opportunities for them to be employed.”

Godfrey Kyalimpa, the Recruitment and Vetting officer briefing the yourhs at MEC offices on Thursday

Godfrey Kyalimpa, the Recruitment and Vetting officer briefing the yourhs at MEC offices on Thursday

The joy and excitement of getting a job abroad

The joy and excitement of getting a job abroad

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