By Kiyimba Bruno
Uganda’s famous motivational speaker Frank Gashumba last week commended one of the students of Kampala International University [KIU] Chrushid Nalwanga for having been able to write and launch a book.
He said that many Africans hate reading, a disease that is hard to be cured.
“Am so worried of where the next generation shall be. We Africans hate reading” said Gashumba.
Gashumba advised the students and youths of the nation to be creative and hardworking citizens who do not under look any kind of work.
“Successful people have a small T.V set, and big shelves of books. If you want to be the best, you must read.” Gashumba advised.
The book “GIRLS EDUCATION LIFE” written by Nalwanga Chrushid, talks about the challenges that a girl goes through while at school.
Nalwanga said that ‘girls education life’ teaches every one.
“Mothers are the first teachers of the world. Parents should also focus on how to educate their girls.” Said Nalwanga.
Nalwanga believes that even girls can be as much educated as boys.
“If boys can get PhDs why not girls?” She inquired.
The book launch was at the Kansanga base campus KIU and people like the deputy lord mayor of KCCA Mrs. Sarah Kanyike promised to give enough support to Nalwanga to order to sustain her book.
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