Masindi contractor hailed as Shs2.1bn seed school project nears completion

Masindi, (UG):- The Office of the National Chairman (ONC) coordinator in the Bunyoro Sub-Region, Mr Tunura Brian has appreciated the efforts of SEMWO Construction Limited, the contractor for the remarkable progress of the Shs2.1 Billion Seed School Project in Masindi District.

The multi-billion project is at St. Paul’s Pakanyi Secondary School located in Pakanyi Sub-county with the contractor expected to execute the project for a period of 18 months starting from 12th June 2023 to 12th December 2024.

Mr Tunura who Friday represented the ONC Manager Hadijah Namyalo Uzeiye⁩, joined Masindi District leaders in monitoring the seed school where remarkable progress was seen as the project gets closer to completion.

Joining him on the inspection of the project was Masindi Deputy Resident District Commissioner – Mr Sanon Dhala, the district Engineer, the District CDO, the Education officer, an official from SEMWO Construction – the Contractor of the project, the head teacher and his staff plus the board members of the school.

“Earlier today, on behalf of SPA/ONC Manager Hajjat Hadijah Namyalo Uzeiye⁩ , Tunura Brian regional coordinator Bunyoro subregion, represented the ONC Manager on the monitoring of the seed school St. Pauls Pakanyi secondary school located in Pakanyi sub county Buruuli constituency Masindi district,” Mr Tunura said in a post via his official X account.

“This seed school is at a cost of 2.1 billion and the work done is 93% to completion, it has four classrooms, an administration block and staff room, four units of staff quarters all self-contained, an ICT lab block, a Science lab block and also the contractor has levelled a playground for the students to promote their talents,” he added.

According to Mr Tunura, the contractor for the good work and is in line with the time frame of the project.

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The ONC coordinator also encouraged the staff, board members and the PTA members to mobilize more of our children to come and join the school since the facilities on the ground are of high standards.

“…Also, the teachers to put in more effort and put positive results at the end of the year because the government has put everything in place for them,” he stated.

The Deputy RDC Masindi and headteacher thanked President Museveni for also considering education for all Ugandans and setting up such facilities to better the education standards of the children in all communities.

The Office of the NRM National Chairman (ONC) acting on behalf of President Museveni in the execution of its mandate has for long assigned regional and district coordinators with the task of getting involved in the active monitoring of government projects and programmes to ensure the tax-payers money is put to good use and accounted for.

Among the programmes the coordinators actively get involved in include the Parish Development Model (PDM) implementation, education projects, markets and other socio-economic ventures set aside by the government.

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St. Paul’s Pakanyi SS, boasts a total of 414 students, of which 248 are boys and 166 girls.

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