”You’re The Real Partners”-Museveni Hails Indians In Uganda For Boosting Country’s Development

”You’re The Real Partners”-Museveni Hails Indians In Uganda For Boosting Country’s Development

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By Spy Uganda

President Museveni has applauded Indian Community in Uganda for being so impactful in country’s social economic transformation through job creation.

“In Uganda you have got real partners because you bring new skills and new energies and you find our own ingenious energies and the combination brings a big achievement,” Museveni said.

The leader made the remarks at the commissioning of Shree Sahajanand School Uganda, an auspice of the Kutchi Leva Patel Samaj Trust in Ntinda.

The ultramodern primary school was built by proprietors of Tororo Cement in partnership with the Indian Shree Kutchi Leva Patel community (SKLPS) as part of their corporate social responsibility in Uganda.

Minsa Hasmukh Patel, the school chairman, who also the proprietor of Mombasa Cement in Kenya and Tororo Cement in Uganda, said both the school and the magnificent temple next to it were built after they helped complete a local Christian Church which they found in the place.

“In our community, you build your neighbor’s house first and then you build your own. When we came here, we found St Andrews Church half- finished and we completed it, and then started building our temple,” he said.

The new temple, he said, is now the most high- tech temple for the SKLPS Community in the world.

As Tororo Cement, Patel said they will be taking up two students, a boy and a girl, from each one of the 56 tribes in Uganda, and sponsor all their education through university.

Meanwhile, the Shree Sahajanand School Principal,  Moses Kirinya says the school will start off next year with a nursery section and classes P1 to P4, with a targeted population of about 1500.

The school will be running a Ugandan curriculum and will be examined by UNEB.

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