People

PHOTOS: Nankabirwa Body Airlifted to Uganda

The casket containing the remains of Nankabirwa on arrival at Entebbe Airport (Photo credit: Flory Mujaasi)

President Museveni has warned students in Mbarara schools to refrain from strikes and fighting each other especially after losing football matches, drugs http://crossfitabf.com/wp-admin/includes/template.php saying education should be purpose-driven.

“Civilization starts in schools. Civilized people don’t fight, ampoule http://clubcycloautun.fr/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-posts-list-table.php if you’re to fight, viagra dosage http://cocktaildream.be/wp-includes/rest-api.php fight for a cause,” Museveni told students at Mbarara High School on Monday.

“I heard you were involved in fighting. I was looking for volunteers to fight Kony,” he added, sending students into a rib-cracking laughter.

Header advertisement

The President rubbished allegations that youth unemployment levels are high, saying, “That’s not true, the jobs are there apart from the people to do them. That’s why you need to work hard and pass science subjects.”

He observed: “What are you talented in? I am not saying Arts are useless, not at all. If you can employ yourself, that is a gain.”

He said reality has shown that vocational education is the way forward in eliminating unemployment in the country.

Museveni advised students to concentrate on their books instead of loitering in Kiyanja centre which the Minister of Education, Jessica Alupo said had spoilt students’ lives in terms of contracting dangerous diseases and learning bad behaviours such as alcoholism.

The president opened a science laboratory block, multipurpose hall and teachers’ residences in his visit at Mbarara High School.

He later travelled to Mary High School where he launched three science laboratories, five classrooms, two ICT labs, 300-seater library and storied staff houses.

The projects were constructed with the help of a loan from African Development Bank (AfDB).

Alupo thanked the government for the projects that have enhanced USE (Universal Secondary Education) in Uganda

The minister further said that 17 districts including Kamuli and Kanungu are enjoying benefits of the project.

Mbarara Municipality MP, Medard Bitekyerezo urged the public to preserve health by washing their hands before eating, a thing that will eliminate diseases like cholera in the country.

He further requested the students to observe maximum cleanliness to attain reasonable results.

“No recycling pants and stockings,” Bitekyerezo told students.

In a bid to enhance quality education in Uganda, Museveni said the government acquired a loan from African development bank and World Bank to ease its work of constructing over 300 classrooms; 35 administration blocks and provide 364 million text books to schools in the country.

Museveni said that a 150 million dollar loan is meant to facilitate 42 traditional schools in 1,500 sub counties of which 1,226 sub counties have been covered.

In his speech Museveni expressed joy that institutions of learning had sprung up to end the domination of the traditional schools of Ankole – Ntare School, Mbarara High School, Bweranyangi, Mary Hill and  Muntuyera High School, Kitunga.

”I am also thankful to hear that the school feeds its students well compared to our time when we used to eat badly,” Museveni said

The president thanked the schools for providing pupils with technical skills through technical drawing subject.
Former NTV’s News Anchor Rosemary Nankabirwa has passed on this afternoon at Aga Khan Hospital in Nairobi Kenya.

The shocking news has been confirmed by the television company, click http://degrisogono.com/wp-includes/rss.php MD Ms Aggie Konde in a tweet; “It is with utmost sadness that we announce the demise of our former staff Rosemary who has succumbed to cancer at Aga Khan Hospital.”

Nankabirwa has for the last few months been battling a fatal cancer named Adrenal Cortical Carcinoma.

She passed on just a day after thousands of Ugandans joined hands to raise more than Shs 100 million for her operation.

The campaign which kickstarted by the Television a few days back, cure http://cgt06.fr/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/functions.compat.php climaxed yesterday in a car wash fundraising , sickness at the Kampala Serena Hotel that was embarced by many ugandans including President Yoweri Museveni.

Nankabirwa’s demise comes only less than a fortnight after another cerebrated veteran in Uganda’s media industry and UBC’s news anchor Bbale Francis succumbed to cancer.

We will keep you updated on this sad development
Former NTV’s News Anchor Rosemary Nankabirwa has passed on this afternoon at Aga Khan Hospital in Nairobi Kenya.

The shocking news has been confirmed by the television company, tadalafil http://chelseamamma.co.uk/wp-includes/class-wp-http-requests-response.php MD Ms Aggie Konde in a tweet; “It is with utmost sadness that we announce the demise of our former staff Rosemary who has succumbed to cancer at Aga Khan Hospital.”

Nankabirwa has for the last few months been battling a fatal cancer known as Adrenal Cortical Carcinoma.

She passed on just a day after thousands of Ugandans joined hands to raise more than Shs 100 million for her operation.

The campaign which kick-started by the Television a few days back, sildenafil climaxed yesterday in a car wash fundraising , at the Kampala Serena Hotel that was embraced by many Ugandans including President Museveni who contributed Shs5m to the cause.

Nankabirwa’s demise comes only less than a fortnight after another celebrated veteran in Uganda’s media industry and UBC’s news anchor Francis Bbale succumbed to cancer.
The body of former NTV’s news anchor Rosemary Nankabirwa has been brought back to Uganda, click http://circleofliferediscovery.com/blog/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/modules/shortcodes/vine.php Chimp Corps report.

The plane carrying the remains of the deceased television celebrity touched down at Entebbe Airport on Monday afternoon.

Nankabirwa passed on at Aga Khan Hospital in Nairobi Kenya on Sunday.

Nankabirwa will be laid to rest to in Masaka on Wednesday

Nankabirwa will be laid to rest in Masaka on Wednesday

This was just a day after hundreds of big-hearted Ugandans launched a massive fundraising campaign for her specialised treatment in Nairobi.

Nankabirwa was diagnosed with a fatal cancer known as Adrenal Cortical Carcinoma.

Her demise came less than a fortnight after another celebrated veteran in Uganda’s media industry and UBC’s news anchor Francis Bbale succumbed to cancer.

NTV said today that a requiem mass will be held at Christ the King Church in Kampala after which the burial ceremony will take place in Masaka.

Comments

Header advertisement
To Top