Youth blame MPs for unemployment

DSC 7179Youth have blamed Members of Parliament for not doing enough to improve their welfare.
Students from a cross section of secondary schools during a debate at Parliament said the youth, who comprise over 70 percent of the country’s population, are only represented by five (5) Members of Parliament, which is a small number.
Debating the motion ‘Has Parliament done enough to help the youth?’ at the Schools Debate Championship Finals at Parliament on Wed. Dec. 10, 2014, students accused legislators of not doing enough to prevent foreigners from taking up local jobs, hence increasing the level of unemployment mostly among the youth.
“Unemployment is too high amongst the youth, who have resorted to drug abuse due to frustration over unemployment,” said Agatha Aliango (Tororo Girls).
James Mutalya (Jinja College) said foreigners have freedoms equal to those of citizens and that Parliament had not properly legislated to prevent foreign citizens working in the country – as ‘foremen, doormen and receptionists.’
However the MPs team led by Deputy Speaker Rt. Hon. Jacob Oulanyah, put up a spirited fight arguing that youth benefit from security, peace and infrastructure just like the rest of the population.
Hon. Oulanyah said that youth should not demand for more parliamentary representation since they already enjoy multiple representations from other MPs. He said that youth should be able to take up holiday employment to earn and help improve their current situation.
“This topic should be a challenge to all of us. You should not say that everybody else is responsible for your misfortune apart from yourselves,” said Hon. Oulanyah adding, “In other countries people like you work in restaurants, but here you call it child labor. You should not wait for someone else to help.”
Youth MP Hon. Gerald Karuhanga said Parliament had appropriated Ug. Shs 25b for the Youth Venture Fund, had approved the Youth Livelihood Programme and was considering legislation to prevent foreign investors employing 100 percent foreign workers.
“Representing the youth is a wonderful but challenging opportunity. We keep engaging the government to provide for the youth,” Hon. Karuhanga said



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