While addressing graduands at Datamine Institute of Business and Technology in Kampala, Mayiga noted that it’s through hard work that the youth will be able to achieve their goals and for the country to move to the next level.
The Buganda premier therefore urged parents to educate their children if the country is to develop.
Mayiga explained that Uganda needs skilled man power and therefore noted that this can only be got through education to children.
“You must put all that you have learnt into practice if you are to survive in this competitive world ,” advised the Buganda premier to the graduands.
Mayega therefore officially opened up Datamine Savings and Cooperative Society and advised the students to use it for their own benefit.
“It’s now your duty to keep money in the Sacco to help you develop,” cautioned Mayiga.
The director of the Institute and Masaka Municipality Member of Parliament Mathias Mpuuga applauded the parents who have contributed to the growth of the institute in its ten years of existence.
“We are soon bringing in a solar panel to assist the soon when electricity is off and this is a big achievement,” noted Mpuuga.
Five hundred forty nine students graduated with diplomas and certificates in Journalism, electrical engineering, marketing and mechanical engineering among other disciplines.