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Canary Mugume secures a Job for Kyambogo Graduate

Canary Mugume was contacted by the Kyambogo University graduate through a wrongly structured email to help him find a job

Kyambogo graduate who reached out to Canary Mugume with poor email writing has secured herself a job offer after the NBS journalist posted her request on social media.

In the email, the lady didn’t indicate the subject or reference and she used abbreviations that have been faulted by many for being informal language including Canary Mugume.

“Well, I don’t have job opportunities but I will begin by teaching this graduate how to write an email” Canary tweeted with the screenshot showing the poorly written email.

Hours later Mugume retweeted expressing that the graduate has received a job offer and it was now upon herself to prove herself worth.

“The student here has gotten a job offer, I hope it goes through. I am happy for her” he tweeted.

Many of the social media users have gone ahead and congratulated the girl upon getting the offer.

About Canary Mugume

Canary Mugume (born January 7, 1990) is a Ugandan investigative journalist with NBS Television and a Léo Africa Young Emerging Leaders Program Fellow.

His investigative reporting is specialized in current affairs, dysfunctions of the economy, and social matters.

Mugume started his journalism career at Radio West in Mbarara where he use to read news tailored for the interests of children six years old to thirteen years old. While at Mbarara high school he founded the school newspaper and later was given a platform to read the news during the school parade. He has also worked at Channel 44 and a trainee at Urban TV all in Uganda.

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