Youth urged to invest
By Mandela Nelson Denis
The youth at the University of Juba have been urged to save and invest for a better future.
Speaking during a Public Lecture on Finance, Chairperson of YESS South Sudan Cooperative Saving Credit Organization Emmanuel Gilbert said saving has no specific time.
“You should save the little you have in order to invest and progress in the future and for us to start we need to network so that we utilize the available potential in the country”, said Emmanuel
Modi Michael Nason of Cooperative Bank of South Sudan told the youth that they can only become billionaires if they start saving now.
“I advise you to save and invest, getting rich is a result of saving every day or every time. I urge youth to begin saving now so that they can make business,” said Modi.
Dominic Kanuto, an entrepreneur said the youth should invest whatever money they save.
“As an entrepreneur, instead of saving invest but you cannot invest without saving, so everything starts with saving”, said Dominic.