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Graduates warned against quick wealth

By Vision Reporter

Added 30th March 2019 01:46 PM

Bitature was speaking at the 8th graduation ceremony of Cavendish University.

Graduates warned against quick wealth

Graduates of Business Management celebrating during the 8th graduation ceremony of Cavendish Uganda at Kololo in Kampala on March 29, 2019. Photos by Wilfred Sanya

Bitature was speaking at the 8th graduation ceremony of Cavendish University.

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KAMPALA - Businessman Patrick Bitature has advised graduates to utilize knowledge earned from university to build their careers.

Bitature was speaking at the 8th graduation ceremony of Cavendish University.

 he tate inister for igh ducation ohn  uyingo confers with the hancellor avendish niversity enjamin kapa during the 8th graduation ceremony The State Minister for High Education John C Muyingo confers with the Chancellor Cavendish University Benjamin Mkapa during the 8th graduation ceremony

 
He said discipline, integrity and confidence are key to success.

Bitature added that the time for learning is from the age of one to 25 and 25- 50 years is time to work, build finances, and set up family.

"Now that you have graduated, you have the opportunity to make the right decisions in life. You should begin thinking of your dreams and what you want to become so that you can build on it," said Bitature.

Over 900 students graduated in different disciplines. 

 ome of the asters graduates cerebrating Some of the Master's graduates celebrating

 

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