Residents neighboring Bwera Secondary School in Kasese, had reason to think the 2016 presidential campaigns had begun when the MTN staff besieged the school in yellow T-shirts.
By Titus Kakembo
Residents neighboring Bwera Secondary School in Kasese, had reason to think the 2016 presidential campaigns had begun when the MTN staff besieged the school with brushes, public address systems, busses built with mobile dance stages and yellow T-shirts.
This was during the function that was recently held at the school were MTN donated computers worth sh50m to the school.
The guest of honor LCV Chairman, Mawa Muhendo, hailed the private sector for being in line with the 2040 Vision with ICT being central.
“Because of a good investment climate, MTN is boosting ICT which can be a weapon used to effectively fight illiteracy, poverty and improve communication,” Muhendo said
The headmaster, Milton Masereka, thanked MTN saying the school had only 40 computers which government had given to them in 2008.
Students of Bwera Secondary School. Pictures by Titus Kakembo
MTN not only donated these computers but also granted the school free internet access for three weeks and painted the walls of the school yellow.
After having snacks for lunch, the students danced and sang themselves hoarse to crown the function.
MTN donates computers worth sh50m