There are many youths who are jobless. Many have been engaging in different activities to get money. Futhermore, some have been engaged in different relationships with older women so as to get financial assistance.
According to the source, some new details about young male falling in love with elder women has been revealed by Daisy Kandole. Through interview by NTV Uganda, Daisy Kandole has revealed that some male youths are looking for sugar mummies to get different benefits and gifts like clothes and money. I quote her statement from the source, "it has become worse than even older women are luring young boys with money and this is a conversation many people are not ready to have. Young boys are going for sugar mummies to get designers clothes, cars among other luxurious things," Daisy Kandole has reveals.This comes in after such cases have been reported in different parts of the world.
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