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Minister Muyingo wants 'ekisakaate' for MPs
Publish Date: Jan 20, 2014
Minister Muyingo wants 'ekisakaate' for MPs
From (L- R) Katikkiro Mayiga, his wife, minister Muyingo, Nabagereka, Lady justice Sebutinde at the closure of ekisakaate. PHOTO/Henry Nsubuga
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By Henry Nsubuga

State minister for higher education, John Chrysostom Muyingo, has asked the Nabagereka Sylvia Nagginda to organize ekisakaate for Members of Parliament, civil servants and other local leaders.  


Muyingo said that ekisakaate for MPs and other local leaders would reduce vices such as corruption in the country.

Ekisakaate is a Buganda annual youth forum training organized by the Nabagereka of Buganda especially for the children of the school going age to equip them with various skills and cultural norms.

Nabagereka accompanied by ekisakaate participants to cut a cake. PHOTO/Henry Nsubuga

Muyingo made the remarks on Sunday at the closure of the two-week ekisakaate held at Seeta High School’s Green Campus.  Details in E-paper/print.

 

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