NRM Chairperson at LC1 Level Donates Scholastic Materials To Children As Schools Resume
KAMPALA - Government officials have been urged to always come up with initiatives that support students going back to school each opening term through sourcing out those without capacity at the grass roots.
At an occasion where over 150 Ghetto students ranging from nursery to primary seven in Kampala, Kisenyi village benefited from an annual program being organised by the Lc1 management of offering free school requirements.
The area chairperson has made an appeal to members of parliament and government Ministers not to relax with the wealth as poor parents fail to provide education to the children amidst the economic hardships.
Scholastic materials worth 800k have been given out by Hon. Sunday Nkoyoyo Kiwana the NRM representative in the region at local council on Friday.
These include among others , mathematical sets, pencils, pens, mathematical rulers and books.
According to Nkoyoyo," Minister Muyingo should have gone back to parliament because he is useful when it comes to the education sector, he has constructed schools as a tool of empowering Uganda's education as opposed to other government officials who build estates for personal gains."
He included that many successful people in the country have a problem of being illiterate, however if they had at-least attained some school knowledge to a certain level, they would be performing much better not only in business but especially in the policy making of the country.