Kabale’s Kigata Primary School gets over 1,000 books from African Library project


NEWS- Kigata Primary school in Kyanamira Sub County on Saturday morning received thirteen boxes of reading books from the African Library Project.

Kigata primary schools is a government aided day school with 16 staff and a total enrollment of 540 Pupils.

The former Ndorwa East constituency aspirant Grace Ankunda Besigye conveyed 1,181 books she lobbied from African Liberty Project to Kigata Primary school.

Speaking to our reporter at school premises in Kyanamira Sub county Kabale District, Ankunda said that she and her Husband Bwesigye Emanuel had a relationship with the African Library Project where they got the reading books.

Ankunda encouraged all the primary school headteachers to apply in the African Library Project to have the reading books to their respective schools adding that reading culture is an issue in Africa and the children at school from Primary one up to Seven are now able to access the books.

Ankunda Called upon the pupils to develop a habit of reading culture at school and utilize the library for good academic performance results.

Cue in…….Hon Ankunda.RR/ENG

The Kigata Primary School Headteacher Besiga David applauded the donors for having coordinated them with African Library Project to have these books.

Besiga added that the school didn’t have enough books in the Library and that the books are going to boost the academic performance of the pupils and reading culture at school.

Cue in……….Besiga on books RR/ENG

The pupils at school applauded Ankunda for lobbying the reading books for them adding that this will boost their academic performance.