By our reporter
The newly appointed Minister of State for Labor, Employment and Industrial Relations who is also the MP Rushenyi county Hon Mwesigwa Rukatana has urged christians to avoid discriminating any form of employment so long as it transforms their living and their community.
Hon. Rukutana in his Christmas message at his home church of St Andrews Ruyonza church of Uganda in Rushenyi county Ntungamo District admitted that there are increased cases of unemployment not only in Uganda but also in the other countries asking unemployed youth to be patient as the country is attracting more investors to increase industries.
He noted that the country has embarked on increasing production and industrialization as form of creating more jobs for Ugandans.
Hon Rukutana cautioned the youth against lamenting over lack of jobs, yet they despise the golden opportunities they have to work.
He encouraged them to use their humble beginnings as a stepping stone to better themselves and take advantage of any opportunity handed to them.
The minster shared his testimony how he too went through difficult times of selling charcoal from Mukono District when he was at University and had a transformation.
At St Mathews Cathedral Kyamate Ntungamo Municipality, the Bishop South Ankole diocese the Rt Rev Nathan Ahimbisbiwe said the Christmas festivities should be used to show the kindness and love of Jesus Christ who was born to bring peace, grace, love and light in the World.
Bishop Ahimbisibwe urged Christians to take the word of God serious, be prayerful and have faith in God as they celebrate festivities.
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