Former Rukungiri Municipality MP Kaginda to support PLE candidates with lunch during exams


RUKUNGIRI– The Former Rukungiri Municipality Member of Parliament, Hon. Mugume Roland Kaginda has underscored a need for Schools to provide meals for P.7 candidates during their final examinations- (P.L.E).

Kaginda made remarks on Saturday morning at Rukondo Primary School while handing over 100 cups to the school’s nursery section in a function held at the school premises in Western Division, Rukungiri Municipality.

Kaginda promised to support the school ahead of the forthcoming PLE exams in terms of feeding pupils thus Calling on parents to use this opportunity to support the candidates so as to have an improved academic performance.

With need to improve the School welfare, Kaginda challenged the school management team to mobilise Old students to embark on supporting their former School.

Former MP Hon. Kaginda handing over Cups to the School Management

It’s at this point that he promised to extend his support to all Rukungiri Municipality UPE schools in paternship with the Municipal education department to ensure that pupils have lunch at their schools.

“Let’s avoid political segregation because anytime things may change. Let’s cooperate and work for our electorate, do your work today and leave the rest to God”,- Kaginda added.

Pupils in attendance

Benson Twamubwine, the school Headteacher expressed need for improved teacher’s accomodation for the school to progress without hindrance in academic performance.

Twamubwine appreciated Kaginda’s effort in supporting the school even when he’s nolonger the area legislator.

Idd Misho the school PTA Chairman speaking at the function

Idd Misho the school PTA Chairman thanked the former MP for keeping on ground and inspecting the constituency. Misho used the opportunity to clarify that his move from FDC to NRM party was a result of loosing Kaginda during 2020 FDC party Primary Elections.

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