Name: Julius Omoga
Birthday: January 9, 1980
Please describe your vision of a world that works for everyone.
The world that works to everyone is a world whereby people can access the basic needs without straining, food, shelter, clothing, medication and education with or without money this is building a healthy nation.
What do you see as the most pressing problems facing the world today?
The most pressing problem in the world is having equal opportunities regardless of your tribe, nation, status quo most of the people have been denied opportunities simply because they have no connection, corruption being the key to get what you want, good people miss opportunities because they don’t have connections and we end up having people who are unworthy to lead organization or even nations.
How do you feel these problems could best be solved?
This problem can be solved by observing our strict laws of the nation no matter how special or powerful you are laws should be followed, across every individual, it will help a lot, and once found guilty one should be brought in to accountability. it doesn’t matter who you know but laws should be respected in all nations.
My names are Julius Omoga, born in 1980, in Kisii, being the third born in my family, and gone through educational life, from primary level to college. I have worked with various companies. I worked with a pharmaceutical company, as a causal laborer for 6 years, in different department, tabulation department, packing and dispatching goods, labeling and identification, compression department. Later on I joined supermarket at parkland and worked in back office, and entering all data for good received and delivered. I started my own business where by I am the sole proprietor having a wholesale shop and retail I have employed 6 youths who assist me in dairy life to fulfill customers’ needs.
This is a noble course being in the business industry it will help me to know how to cope with my clients and expand leadership skills to the community.