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Museveni’s aide Caroline Kembabazi urges youths on mindset change

She also showcased the portrait of the President which was art designed by one youth Ankunda Arnold and was bought at amount of One Million Uganda shillings.

President Museveni's aide Ms. Caroline Kembabazi speaking to the youths during the event (Photo/Courtesy)

KAMPALA, UGANDA: President Museveni’s Private Press Secretary Ms. Caroline Kembabazi on Friday urged youths on mindset change as a way of promoting their skills and leadership and become exemplary citizens of the country.

Ms. Kembabazi said this during the handover Ceremony students’ leadership ceremony at Makerere University Business School (MUBS) in Kampala where she was invited as the guest presiding speaker at the event.

The presidential aide urged youths to focus on social economic transformation as the way of promoting skills and leadership while reechoing the need to involve young people in government programs, especially when serving the students.

Ms. Caroline Kembabazi speaking to the youths during the event

Kembabazi who is publicly known as Chief Muzzukulu informed the audience that was at full capacity to always trust God and be humble and focused as well as good listener. “ALWAYS look out to your superiors and Respect them you will move mountains,” she said.

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She also showcased the portrait of the President which was art designed by one youth Ankunda Arnold and was bought at amount of One Million Uganda shillings.

Ms. Kembabazi receiving the president’s portrait from the youths

She also thanked President Museveni for appointing in the position her to serve him at State House, a position that has elevated her status for years until now.

Ms. Kembabazi concluded by encouraging students to continue spreading the gospel of NRM government spearheaded by President Museveni.

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