The Kabale Resident District Commissioner Darius Nandinda warned political leaders and residents against promoting divisonalism basing on tribe and religion saying that it slows down development of their area.
Nandinda sounded the warning yesterday while representing the State minister for Planning David Bahati during the Parents and Teachers Association meeting of St. Barnabas Karujanga Secondary School held at the school compound in Kabale district.
Nandinda said that the leaders and residents should unite, work together for development and service delivery.
Speaking in the same meeting, the Kabale District Woman Member of Parliament Catherine Atwakire Ndamira asked teachers, parents and students to hand in hand for better academic performance.
The Kabale District Chairperson Patrick Besigye Keihwa warned parents against giving phones to their children while going to school revealing that it makes them lose concentration on their books thus poor performance.
He also warned students against the acts of theft and alcoholism which can ruin their future.
Minister Bahati supported the school with 100 bags of cement and two million shillings towards the construction of Bahati hall, Hon. Catherine contributed one million shillings , Keihwa contributed 30
bags of cement while the Kyankwanzi Deputy Resident District
Commissioner, Denis Nzeirwe contributed 500,000 shillings.
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