During the function, the alumni also elected their first ever executive committee, which was later commissioned by Sr.Nakubulwa and the school’s chaplain, Fr. Deogratias Kateregga Kiibi.
The alumni of Our Lady Queen of Africa Girls Secondary School, Rubaga, have been asked to have solid confidence, determination and trust in God, in order to prevail over their challenges and be successful in life. The alumni have further been asked to have a sense of unity, and also, to support their school.
Speaking to the alumni during their first ever re-union function at the school on Sunday May 8, the head teacher of the school, Rev. Sr. Claire of Assisi Nakubulwa said: "As former students of the school, you are expected to live out virtues such as love, solidarity and confidence, which you learned from here. When the power of love for the school is strong, there is no fear that changing times and circumstances will affect you and your association."
During the function, the alumni also elected their first ever executive committee, which was later commissioned by Sr.Nakubulwa and the school's chaplain, Fr. Deogratias Kateregga Kiibi.
Prof. Grace Bantebya Kyomuhendo was elected as the pioneer President of the Association. Mrs. Ellen Najjuma Kulwazi was elected as the Vice-President. Others elected were Patience Birungi (Secretary), Gloria Nalule (Vice-Secretary) and Jane Tumuhairwe (Secretary).
Alumni like Norah Nangendo, Grace Mugerwa, Joan Nabuuma and Rachael Namukasa were also elected as mobilisers.
Sr. Nakubulwa put it to the leaders of the association to put in place effective strategies and activities for the development of the school.