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Douglas Lwanga Kickstarts Sessions To Mentor The New Journalists

NBS TV presenter for ‘After 5’ came up with an idea to build a centre dubbed ‘the Purple Skills Klinic Foundation’ to bridge the gap between different students and their careers.

During the weekend, he made this work with his first launch at the Skills klinic foundation. The foundation organised a Media Master Class with the theme ‘“New challenges, new opportunities, mentoring the next breed of media personalities.”

Students from different parts of the town attended and got to know ideas from the panel from well-known media companies Faridah Nakibwe News anchor and talk show host NTVUganda, Dr Innocent Nahabwe Media Owner Galaxy FM, Canary Mugume News Anchor NBS Television, Andrew Kyamagero News Anchor NTV Uganda, Annatalia Ozze ShowHost at NBS Television and Sanyuka TV, and Josephat Seguya Reporter Vision Group.

The Media Masters Class attracted various students from different institutions including Makerere University, Kampala International University, Ndejje University, Islamic University, UMCAT, YMCA, and Kyambogo University.

The CEO of Purple Skills Klinic Foundation was grateful to all speakers that honoured his invitation and spoke to the media students that attended.

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