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Luwero school gets sh20m classroom block

By Vision Reporter

Added 11th August 2010 03:00 AM

THE parents, staff and pupils of Kaswa UMEA Primary School in Katikamu, Luweero district, cannot hide their joy after the Government constructed them a new classroom block.

THE parents, staff and pupils of Kaswa UMEA Primary School in Katikamu, Luweero district, cannot hide their joy after the Government constructed them a new classroom block.

BY VISION REPORTER

THE parents, staff and pupils of Kaswa UMEA Primary School in Katikamu, Luweero district, cannot hide their joy after the Government constructed them a new classroom block.

The classroom block worth sh23m, which was constructed under the School Facilitation Grant, will accommodate the pupils who have been studying in a dilapidated building.

For 64-year-old Yasin Musoke, an area resident, the Government had taken too long to come to the rescue of the only Muslim-founded primary school in the area.

A parent, Sam Kulubya, said the new infrastructure would help to improve the learning environment and boost the academic standards of the school.

“Now that the Government has played its part, the challenge to the school administration is to produce more first grades,” Kulubya said.

Launching the block, the Attorney General, Kiddu Makubuya, who is also the area MP, hailed the Government for promoting education in the country through facilitating government institutions and encouraging private investment in education.

The beaming head teacher, Hakim Sevviiri, was grateful for the new classroom block, but said he also needed a house at the school.

The function was attended by local leaders and residents.

Luwero school gets sh20m classroom block

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