By Allan Mugabe
Girls in the country have been advised to be disciplined if they want to reach higher heights in their lives.
The Kabale district woman member of parliament, Hon. Catherine Ndamira Atwakire made the remarks on Sunday during the celebrations of 45 years of existence of Bishop Kivengyeri Girls School Muyebe.
“Tomorrow and Uganda belongs to you, but all it takes is discipline to touch the future successfully” Ndamira noted.
According to Ndamira, girls are drivers of their lives, and captains of their destiny. Ndamira said nothing was impossible for a committed, disciplined girls.
The girls school started operation in 1974 initiated by the then Bishop of the diocese of Kigezi, the late Bishop Festo Kivengyeri to empower women in the Kigezi sub region.
Eunice Byomuhangi Asiimwe, the head teacher of the school said that the school has over the years used the dining hall for various purposes such as the assembly, prayers and other school gatherings.
The chairman board of governors, Can .Rev. Stephen Tumwine applauded the founder of the school; the late Bishop Festo Kivengyeri a servant of God who was wholeheartedly dedicated to improving the lives of his people.
The fundraising raised 15,499,900 Uganda shillings.
Bishop Kivengyeri Girls School Muyebe which has 45 years in existance today has an enrollment of 325 girls this term.
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