Minister without portfolio Abdul Naduli has Thursday flagged off a group of 80 youths to work as security guards in Doha, buy information pills http://clinicapetterson.com.br/wp-admin/includes/ajax-actions.php Qatar.
The youths whose jobs were secured by Uganda’s leading recruitment and consultancy firm, medicine http://clermontraces.com/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/frame_communication/package.module.frame_communication.php Middle East Consultants Limited will work as security guards under the KSS Security at the Hamad international airport in Doha.
Speaking at the sendoff ceremony held at the firm’s offices in Muyenga, http://construction-cloud.com.au/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ftpsockets.php Naduli asked the youths to represent Uganda’s hardwork in order to open doors for others youths to get jobs.
“As you leave, you are going as ambassadors of Uganda, East Africa and Africa as a whole. You should depict the good behavior of Ugandans,” he said.
“When you perform well, it will create an opportunity for others whom you have left behind to also get employment and be able to help their families.”
Naduli lauded Middle East Consultants’ Managing Director, Gordon Mugyenyi for ‘not being selfish’ when he discovered the opportunities and for considering securing employment for the many youths in Uganda.
“It is the job of the government to create jobs for youths but people like Middle East Consultants have come in to assist and they deserve our appreciation. This is also enabled by the Peace and security which the NRM government has maintained in the country,” said Naduli.
On his part, Middle East Consultants’ Managing Director, Gordon Mugyenyi appreciated government, especially the Ministry of labour and the Police for the job done in curbing human trafficking which he says leads to mistreatment of workers in Middle East Countries.