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Think and act real- Bobi Wine tells Kyambogo University students

Bobi Wine addressing students of Makerere University Business School during the NSSF-MPL career fair on Wednesday. Photo By Stephen Otage

Singer Bobi wine real names Robert Kyagulanyi Sentamu has challenged Kyambogo University students to get out of their comfort zones and
face the real world.
Speaking at the NSSF Career expo in Kyambogo University where he was one of the main speakers, the Singer said the reason why a big percentage of the Ugandan elites are still lagging behind in terms of
development is because they hate real life jobs.
Mr. Kyagulanyi said when students join universities; they tend to think diversionary and don’t want to be associated with casual jobs.
“I was born in a humble background and I had to do casual jobs so as to raise funds for my education, had it not been for my hard work and thinking real, I guess I would not have achieved what I have right
now,” he said.
Stephen Serunkuma a student at Kyambogo asked the singer to reveal to them how he has managed to balance two characters, Bobi the singer and
Kyagulanyi the entrepreneur.
“A number of Youth take you as their role model however, they are more addicted to Bobi wine the video personality, could you please explain to them how you have managed to keep two personalities, one
for a rascal and another for an entrepreneur,” asked Serunkuma.
However, the singer revealed to the students that he has been able to maintain that because of not segregating jobs for as long as they give
him money.
Tadeo Twahirwa a senior relationship manager in NSSF asked students to attain simple skills while at campus such that when they join the real job world, they will not find it hard to cop up.
“Start modeling the behaviors of those who are working while you are still at campus, don’t wait for graduation to start practicing because it will be a bit late for you,” he said.
Twahirwa also told students to value internships s noting that they play a big role in helping students to network for job opportunities.


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