Two days before Mother’s Day, Commissioner of Police Fred Enanga was at Amka Foundation Africa headquarters in Namugoona-Kasubi, Rubaga Division to give hope to teenage and single mothers, stay-at-home mothers and teenage girls currently undergoing six-month hands-on skills in areas of Fashion and Design and Hairdressing and styling.
This was during the Women and Youth Mentorship class on May 8, 2019 when he said that often times adults find it hard to stick to their dreams and therefore fall of along the way but advised his listeners to never give up and keep their hopes alive.
”It is my passion to inspire others not to give up. I have realized that many adults find it hard to stick to their dreams. Most give up midway, when things get tougher. Each of us has aspirations. But how often do we make them come true? Many times, people have laughed at our dreams and tried to discourage us. However, we should not allow circumstances to limit how far we dream and how far we go in life,” he said adding, “I would like to encourage you to not give up. It is never too late to work on your dreams again. Learn to stick to your dreams. If you believe you can succeed, do not listen to anyone who says otherwise. Do this with persistence, discipline and have faith in yourself. DO NOT TRY TO BE SOMEONE ELSE everyone was created uniquely. Learn from others, be humble and boldly follow your dreams. No one really has the magic trick to success; everyone has their own path to take. Don’t give up on your dreams.”