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Don’t ignore your children’s talents - Musumba 

By Stella Naigino

Added 4th October 2017 05:03 PM

“When your child excels in an activity, he/she is passionate about, chances are high that they can take it to the next level and do it better,” he added

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Hon Isaac Musumba the state minister for land, Housing and urban Planning inspecting different stalls. Picture by Stella Naigino

“When your child excels in an activity, he/she is passionate about, chances are high that they can take it to the next level and do it better,” he added

 

Parents have been encouraged to nature their children’s talents if they are to get the best out of them. 

Speaking at the commemoration of world Habitat day, Hon Isaac Musumba the state minister for land, Housing and urban Planning said since talents are usually hands on experinces that people are passionate about, paying attention to them is vital. 

“When your child excels in an activity, he/she is passionate about, chances are high that they can take it to the next level and do it better,” he added 

He gave the example of Alpha Bukenya a student of Bright Junior School in Mbale who exhibited good painting skills.   

At the function, different schools were represented by their students who took part in a series of completions. Bukenya emerged the best in the painting competitions.

He got cash a reward of sh 200,000 from Habitat for humanity and this will cater for his school fees for next term. 

In a poetry competitions, students of Mbale College exhibited good skills in poetry beating their friends from other schools.

The winner, Manafa Isma , got a cash prize of sh 600,000 while Brian Mabonga who emerged 2nd best got a cash prize of sh 350,000 and Leah Mutonyi got a cash prize of sh 250,000 .

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