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BISHOP WAKULA ARGUES YOUTHS ON SKILLS

Iganga - Central Busoga Bishop Patrick Wakula has argued youths to endeavor get skills that would help them live sensible lives.

Bishop Wakula was awarding over 300 youths with certificates after completing a training workshop in art and craft.

The training was conducted at Iganga Boys Primary School with an aim to equip the youths with skills that would benefit them in life. Bishop Wakula argued the youths to always enroll for skills training that would equip them with skills.

The training included making of table cloths, bread, cakes, Vaseline, Liquid Soap, Candles among others. The training was conducted by Mrs. Wakula Florence.

Kyebakola Juliet youth leader Central Busoga Diocese said, the major challenge faced by parents while nurturing children is discipline with deteriorates during adolescent where youths come up with different opinions contrary to the interests of their parents.

She said that during this stage most youths become in disciplined, abusing elders, being against the authority among others. It is through such conferences that youths are counseled and guided on how to go with the society.

She appealed to the parents to always take their children to such conferences that are developmental in their lives.

Mrs Florence Wakula said the youths are now released to the public to start making money and earn a living.

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