The Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education and Sports, viagra order http://decarbon.uk.com/wp-includes/http.php Dr. Rose Nassali has expressed excitement following the appointment of First Lady Janet Museveni to head the Ministry.
Mrs. Nassali on Friday was hopeful that the new cabinet minister will bring faster results to the education sector.
Citing what she called vast achievements of Mrs Museveni in North Eastern Uganda where she was the Minister for Karamoja affairs, advice http://debbiehowes.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/class.json-api-endpoints.php Ssali said that only the best awaits her new ministry.
The PS was addressing the Kabarole District Chairman Richard Rwabuhinga and the district CAO Nicholas Muron Ocakara at the chairman’s office; during her assessment tour of education projects in the district.
Dr. Nasali said she was optimistic that with the appointment of the First Lady, the education sector is headed for a complete overhaul.
“Whatever challenges there has been; lack of teachers, poor payments and infrastructure, we know that the minister will now be communicating directly with the President,” said Nassali.
The PS commended the district leadership for the good performance in P.L.E and advised the leaders to encourage parents to contribute tirelessly towards the education of their children. She made this call after the CAO told her that the leaders in Kabarole were mobilizing parents to contribute to some projects.
Mr. Rwabuhinga reminded Nassali about the pledges of constructing Buhinga stadium as an income earner and tourism boost and also the construction of a memorial secondary school for Late Nobel Mayombo that are overdue.
In her response, Dr.Nassali said the ministry received the requests but priorities were given to the demands that were submitted earlier in 2010/11 due to the little funds.