By Sophan Niwamanya
The Vice-Chancellor Kabale University Professor Joy Constance Kwesiga has cautioned the First-year students of Kabale University to avoid bad peer groups that can lead them into engaging in bad behavior that will ruin their future.
The Vice-Chancellor was on Tuesday addressing over 1500 first-year students during the official welcome into the university, a function that was held at University Grounds Kikungiri Hill Kabale Municipality.
She revealed that students can also be in groups but not bad peer groups, groups that can be of importance not groups that can take their lives into danger.
Vice Chancellor, congratulated, welcomed and appreciated new students for having chosen to pursue their academic careers at Kabale University. She informed students to be accountable in everything they do in relation to habits, time, academics, determination and focus on Education first.
Kwesiga further counseled the youth to avoid alcoholism, smoking, and immorality that can lead them to contract diseases like the HIV/AIDS pandemic, which can destroy their valuable lives.
Professor Emmanuel Muranga, the Director Institute of Language Studies advised the youth to avoid early marriages but strive to complete their studies, make the right choices for partners with whom to first test for HIV/AIDS in order to make a healthy family.