By Sylivia Kugonza
The Fort-portal municipality Member of Parliament Alex Ruhunda has emphasized on discipline as the key to success in the present competitive world.
He says that undisciplined people certainly not register success in business.
Ruhunda was yesterday speaking as chief guest at the 29th graduation ceremony for Rosa Mystica institute of Business and Vocational training.
The event was held at the institute premises Kinyamasika Virika in Fort-portal municipality.
He applauded the parents for supporting their children in acquiring better skills of education. As they join the world of work he said they should prepare for numerous huddles they will be encountering.
At the colorful ceremony a total of 149 students were awarded with certificates and diplomas of various Technical and Business disciplines. They include, Tailoring and Knitting, Hairdressing, Catering and Hotel management, Garment cutting and design. Others are Information technology, Accountancy and finance among others.
The institute director Rev. Sister Florence Ahaisibwe informed the congregation that the school was started in 1986 by the sisters of Mary Immaculate of the child Jesus [Banyatereza sisters] with the aim of providing technical skills to the girl children.
She revealed that they have also enrolled to administering boys in several courses of their choice. A total of ten boys also graduated during yesterday’s event.
Source: www.mknewslink.com; a western Uganda news website.