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Prof Kagonyera speaking to Makerere graduands today

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The Uganda Cranes Captain Andy Mwesigwa says he wants to see Uganda get more professionals like him.

Mwesigwa has become one of the few Ugandan sportsmen who decided to invest handsomely in the sports business.

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ChimpSport’s Vicent Kakooza talked briefly to the Ugandan International about the project which he says will have a great deal of impact to national Football once completed.

He says the school will not only accommodate soccer, but also other Sport disciplines.

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When pressed on whether he has partners helping him, the gangly defender told us he’s solely establishing the project.

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“Which partners? This is my project and mine alone,” Mwesigwa reluctantly said.

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The school he will be ready for use by 2016.

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The Uganda Cranes Captain Andy Mwesigwa says he wants to see Uganda get more professionals like him.

Mwesigwa has become one of the few Ugandan sportsmen who decided to invest handsomely in the sports business.

He owns a Soccer Academy in Jinja, online his ancestral home, called Andy Mwesigwa Soccer Academy and the Cranes Skipper is now constructing another modern sports school in Wakiso.

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ChimpSport’s Vicent Kakooza talked briefly to the Ugandan International about the project which he says will have a great deal of impact to national Football once completed.

He says the school will not only accommodate soccer, but also other Sport disciplines.

“We plan to use it to teach and train kids in football, athletics, tennis, basketball, netball and rugby,” he said.

When pressed on whether he has partners helping him, the gangly defender told us he’s solely establishing the project.

proj2

“Which partners? This is my project and mine alone,” Mwesigwa reluctantly said.

According to Andy, as most of his peers normally refer to him, the project sits on an eight-acre piece of land, and he estimates that it will have swept about Sh 4Billion by the time it’s finished.

The school he will be ready for use by 2016.

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During the second day of the 65th graduation ceremony of Makerere University, viagra 100mg http://dejanmilutinovic.com/wp-includes/ms-deprecated.php Chancellor Prof. George Mondo Kagonyera has cautioned graduands against getting involved in corruption that is currently undermining the economic progress of the country.

While awarding, diplomas, http://clicknbuy.tk/wp-includes/default-constants.php degrees and PhDs to candidates from Makerere University Business School (MUBS) and the college of Education and External studies for Makerere, the professor said that the cause of increasing corruption in the country is the moral decadence and lack of discipline.

“We have all always talked and complained about corruption in government but we have neglected the corruption that is so rampant in the private sector.”

Kagonyera noted that if all men learnt to do to others what they desired to be done to themselves, corruption would long have been dealt with.

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“As you graduate from Makerere University today, I wish to emphasize that soft skills are as equally important as the technical skills that you obtained over the years.”

“Key among these soft skills is the ability to respectfully listen to the person addressing you, especially if they are your seniors.”

Kagonyera also attacked the leadership of the Uganda National Teachers Association [UNATU] who have continuously attacked and spoken ill of government over money including increase in teachers’ salaries but never raising issues of national concern.

The teachers are currently camping at the Education Ministry’s head offices in Kampala demanding for payment of funds which they were promised by President Yoweri Museveni.

“I was very much disgusted this morning when I had the UNATU chairperson addressing the minister in words that I cannot let out of my mouth; I have never heard these guys addressing the deplorable standards in schools but all the time they complain about money.

The professor further advised graduands to make good use of the knowledge that they have acquired from the higher institution of learning and make Uganda a better place.

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