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ampoule geneva; font-size: small;”>The President said the project which is in its infant stages will continue to cover all schools in the country.
“You have to study hard, look after your health not to get AIDS and live spiritual lives as you fear God which will help you prosper in all that you do,” urged the president to students at the school.
Speaking at the function, the sports Minister Jessica Alupo noted that the new building will act as a model to other schools.
The Minister condemned the act of embezzling funds meant for projects like schools which she said retards development.
Alupo revealed that government through such projects has been able to construct 3,454 classrooms,345 science laboratories,128 libraries and 41 administration blocks in various schools around the country, adding that more are soon to be constructed to improve the quality of education in Uganda.
The Chief of Defence Forces, Gen Katumba Wamala, however, urged students to always stay focused as the best for them is yet to come and that their future is bright.
Museveni planting a tree at the school
“I was telling the minister that in 1987 you could not see smartly dressed children because some were putting on shoes while most didn’t have them. Now that you are all somehow well off, it’s a sign of development and a better future ahead. In fact the future is brighter than ours was at this age,” Katumba explained.
The World Bank-sponsored 18 classroom block cost Shs 3bn.
It boasts two modern and fully equipped science laboratories and libraries.