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As 2016 elections draw closer, web http://childrensclasses.org/wp2012/wp-includes/class-wp-locale-switcher.php Sheema Woman Member of Parliament, Hon. Rosemary Nyakikongoro has advised her voters not to think that all her works are inspired by the fact that she is looking for votes.

Speaking to ChimpReports over the weekend, after delivering sewing machines to women groups in Kyarushakara Parish Kitagata Sub County, Nyakikongoro said that as she performs her duty of delivering services to the electorates in her area, many people tend to think that she is doing so because elections are around the corner.

“I have a problem with electorates who think that all I do is because I am looking for votes. I think they are just mistaken. As a leader, I am supposed to serve my people from the day they put me into power to the last day. When time for electioneering comes, I will have time for campaigns and I will of course lobby for their support which I urgently need,” said Nyakikongoro.

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While delivering the machines, Nyakikongoro challenged men to appreciate the contribution made by women in the socio-economic transformation of their societies.

“You men should stop underrating women for they are powerful machinery in transformation of our society. Most of you command them to keep at home which limits their potential in different spheres of life. It’s high time you left them to engage in outside activities that develop our homes,” Nyakikongoro said.

The legislator has exhibited incredible commitment to the well being of women in her constituency by starting various skilling projects.
Sheema Woman Member of Parliament, cialis 40mg http://charlieacourt.com/wp-includes/class-wp-feed-cache-transient.php Hon. Rosemary Nyakikongoro has warned church leaders against wedding young girls in churches.

Nyakikongoro said this on Saturday while speaking at a fundraising for the completion of a Main Hall Building at Kareera Seed Secondary school in Kareera Parish, cure http://dangerdame.com/wp-content/themes/clementine/front-page.php kashozi sub county Sheema district where she was the chief guest.

She said that some church leaders have kept quiet about parents who give away underage girls of 15-19 years for marriage where they meet life challenges ranging from early child birth to domestic violence which have eaten them up and destroyed their future.

“You, religious leaders who just wed our young girls in the church are doing a disservice to our generation. How can you wed a couple involving a 15 year old girl for marriage? You are the ones pulling us back to the habits we shunned long time ago. Please save our little girls from different monsters in families.” Said Hon. Nyakikongoro

Nyakikongoro said that sheema has registered high levels of early marriages in the region and that this was attributed to some religious leaders who connive with parents and politicians seeking selfish ends. She called upon teachers, members of school PTA members and the entire community to embrace girl child education to create literate and civilized communities.

The legislator encouraged girls to know that it’s their duty and right to study and finish since the government is willing to support them.

The minister for environment, Prof. Ephraim Kamuntu who was also a guest at the function advised parents and school management committees in the district to use rain water harvesting systems to provide water for students especially girls who need water mostly during their menstrual days.

“These girls need full time water supply when they are studying. I wonder how people can cry for water when they have iron sheet roofed structures. Please men, take the responsibility as far as water supply is concerned in our communities. We shouldn’t make women and girls carry jerry cans of water all day and all night,” said Kamuntu

During the function, 30 million cash was collected out of the required 50million to complete the main hall block which is being built by parents.

Kareera Seed Secondary School was started by the government in 2012 with only senior one right now, the pioneers are in s.3.

It has a total of 270 students under the USE programme but it no teachers on government payroll according to the head teacher, Ms. Maureen Kembabazi.

 

 
ConcRite Projects Limited has threatened to sue accusing Kabale Municipality authorities of illegally halting their contract for renovating meat lock ups and the roof on the central market situated in the municipality.

On 24th June 2013, viagra http://comeduraredipiu.com/wp-includes/registration.php Kabale Municipal Council halted the construction works saying that the contractor had not been procured through the right channels.

According to the Project Manager, try http://cineaverde.com/wp-includes/functions.wp-styles.php Samuel Atuhurira, patient http://datablend.be/wp-includes/canonical.php they decided to petition the Inspector General of Government, who wrote to the Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of local government authorizing ConcRite Projects Limited to continue with the rehabilitation contract.

On 28th May 2014, Permanent Secretary, Issa Gumonye wrote a letter, instructing council to warn the management of ConcRite projects limited, of undertaking the project before entering into a formal contract with the municipal authorities even when they had been notified as the best bidder.

He further ordered them to proceed and complete the procurement process and sign an agreement with ConcRite projects limited, since that company was already the best evaluated bidder.

The same letter urged Kabale municipal authorities to expeditiously implement the instructions and also furnish the progress report registered to the permanent secretary within two months from the date the letter was issued.

Atuhurira says that despite the permanent secretary instructing the authority, there is nothing that has ever progressed and yet they had already spent over 28millions shillings in the process.

Kabale Municipality Mayor Dr. Pius Ruhemurana says that they received the instructions, but they are revising the contract so that mistakes that were made are not repeated.

He however urges that contractor to be patient because the town clerk and his executive are handling the matter.

 

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