By Daudi Zirimala
The Buganda Premier Charles Peter Mayiga has advised parents to pay much attention on education needs of their children than place much emphasis on material things of their children
Mayiga says when children are groomed and well educated they can manage the wealth of their parents and grow it.
Speaking during the 13th Graduation of Buganda Royal Institute of Business and Technical Education Mengo where over 1000 students were awarded diplomas in certificates in different disciplines, Mayiga said that passing on material things to an uneducated child is very disastrous.
“It’s important to prepare children adequately so that they realize the benefits of working hard because well groomed and educated children can generate their own wealth besides that of their guardians”, says Mayiga.
The principal of Buganda Royal Institute Anthony Wamala reiterated the need of hands on skills to students to enable them be innovative to solve problems affecting our people.
A total of 1482 students have graduated of whom 806 are Female students representing 54.3% and male students are 676 representing 45.7%.