Name: Victor Oloo
Date of Birth: January 15, 1980
Please describe your vision of a world that works for everyone.
The world that works to everyone is a world all people are treated equal irrespective of their age, color, race and ethnicity, its world that people work together for a common goal, irrespective of your church affiliation, when we live in the spirit of brotherhood and sisterhood, nobody will feel inferior and every one will work towards making this world a better place for all of us, we will have no crime, because each individual respect each other, and there will be no need of criminal case, a world whereby conflict is solve in a peaceful manner.
What do you see as the most pressing problems facing the world today?
the most pressing problem in the world is unemployment especially to the youths, once they finish education they are not employed and this causes crimes for them to survive and also it leads to depression, stress drug abuse due to frustrations, our education system e have made it that once you excel academically you have to get a good paying job that can make you have a good life and we have avoided technical jobs which leads to self employment. Most of the youths will not do any job other than the job they studied in school this is the kind of challenge and problem that needs to be addressed.
How do you feel these problems could best be solved?
This problem can be solved by encouraging, youths to embrace technical jobs we need to teach our students, that self employment is better than being employed, starting a business you become a boss of yourself, being self reliant if we can convince our youths that doing wood work or carpentry, tailoring and many more technical course are good than anything it will make our world with all need and people will earn a living through hard work, not waiting for a white color job.
I am Victor Oloo, first born in a family of 6, four boys and two girls, I am a diploma holder of Electrical engineering, and I am also married to one wife and three children two girls and one boy.
I have worked in various organizations locally, private sectors and governmental jobs, I had done a lot of electrical installation in schools, private schools and government schools, different homes and apartments that are countless. I have also employed many youths who have skills and unskillful during the exercise of installation in this different fields. I have an electrical shop, which I have employed three youths on a permanent basis. I like my job because with it I do feed my family and pay my bills.
I could like to study this program to advance my leadership skills both at my work place and my community, leadership is part and parcel of life, we everyday face leadership challenges, in church, in marriage in our country, this will help me be well equipped with leadership skills.
As a Man Thinketh
Jonathan Livingston Seagull