By Our Reporter
Ugandan singer Bebe Cool(Moses Ssali) has appealed to the Ugandan government to change the education system that produces majorly job seekers than job creators.
To him, the inclusion of practical use of talent, art, and culture in the system will enable students to grow up with skills that enable them to create their own jobs.
Talking in an interview, the singer called upon the education ministry to work on a suitable curriculum to implement this.
“There is something lacking in the education system. It focuses mostly on papers rather than practicals. This system should be changed to prioritize arts, culture, and talent so that even if one drops out, they can still do something…” he said.
On this, he revealed that he has had conversations over it, with big names in the country and he hopes this will be implemented.
“I have discussed this with Gen. Muhoozi and that’s why on his 48th birthday, he pointed it out and said he was focused on it…,” he said.
The singer has been criticized for sharing issues that press the public yet he rubs shoulders with big names.