By Isaac Akugizibwe
KIU, Main Campus - KIU Law School finalist, Esther Kirabo, has advised fellow students to engage in income generating activities instead of waiting for professional jobs. She is walking the talk in farming where she hopes to generate income.
Kirabo disclosed on Monday that farming has been her primary project in the lockdown. She is hopeful that her produce will tremendously contribute towards her family's food basket and some will be sold out for money.
"I have majorly been doing farming in this lockdown and I really hope it will be a source of food and income through selling the produce," Kirabo said.
She added that,"Apart from farming for profit, I sensitize the community members about the Standard Operating Procedures in order to enable them to be safe guarded against Coronavirus and even some Evangelism while observing the SOPs."
Kirabo also urged fellow students to think outside the box and engage in productive income generating activities instead of waiting for jobs with in their professions. She said this can help them to survive in times of uncertainty like the COVID-19 lockdown.
"Be disciplined and open minded towards learning alot of things not forgetting that applied knowledge is power," she noted.
She however reminded students not to forget their academic obligations and responsibilities, urging them to read and appreciate their notes. She encouraged her colleagues to aim at having excellent reading, writing, listening, speaking, and other communication skills, as well as trusting and obeying God's commandments because they are keys to success.
Kirabo is looking forward to becoming a successful human rights activist, farmer, envagelist and a lady with total financial freedom.