By Ronald Kabuye
Parents in Kiwoko Town council Nakaseke district have been advised to support their children with all basic school requirements to enable them acquire good education.
The call was made by the aspiring Nakaseke district woman member of parliament Esther Nakawooya while addressing the pupils and residents of Nakaseke district at Kiwoko community centre.
Nakawooya who is also the former treasurer of Uganda Journalists Association UJA urged parents to guide their children against the upraising satanic behaviors like homosexuality,corruption,fraud and bribery which are contrary to the African morals and culture.
It’s on this note that she applauded the speaker of parliament Rebecca Kadaga for standing firm and protected the integrity of Uganda during the 139th inter parliamentary Union Assembly in Geneva Switzerland by rejecting the LGBT agenda.
Esther Nakawooya also urged government to provide modern education infrastructure to the district since the available few Nakaseke schools are in a miserable state.
She further thanked Musana FM for the great initiative of promoting education in the country by preparing annual Quiz competitions and promised continue supporting them with the annual overall prizes of goats and other scholastic materials including but not limited to mathematical sets,text books.
Out of the fifteen schools that participated in the competition only Bright future primary school and Everest primary school made it to finals