By Mukwaya Emmanuel
Contributing writer | Daily Express News
Lwemiyaga Secondary School Alumni have been called upon to support the school in its state of dilapidation if they’re to uplift its reputation as a ground that nurtured them for further education.
In a meeting organized at the school grounds previously, the newly elected chairperson of the Alumni, Mukwaya Emmanuel, argued fellow old boys and girls to urgently extend support so as to revamp the reputation of the school.
“It hurts so much that the school which has nurtured a number of prominent citizens , men and women of high profiles in Uganda is in a devastating and sorry state, challenged with, less computers for both O and A’Level students, No computer lab/structure, No science Laboratories, No Main Hall, inadequate class rooms and teacher hostels, this situation deserves immediate intervention” MUKWAYA says
” This is our school and we’re the stake holders why should our leaders and the community become silent over such a vital issues”, it’s my humble request to you all as fellow old students, political leaders, religious leaders well wishers to come together, support the school.
The committee meeting also disclosed that in few months to come, they shall hold a mega fundraising that will take place at the school premises so as to solicit funds aimed at constructing A four-roomed structure for both Science and computer laboratories.
Lwemiyaga secondary founded in 1997 is a secondary, government Aided school found in Lwemiyaga county, Ssembabule District, both O, and A’level.
Writes Mukwaya Emmanuel
A concerned citizen of Lwemiyaga Constituency
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