Civil servants urged to work hard to make positive impact in communities


NTUNGAMO- The government aided school managers and stakeholders have been challenged to account for the little funds they receive from the government for sustainable development of their Schools.

According to the Ntungamo sub county councilor Mpireirwe Naboth, accountability and transparency will stimulate academic performance and discipline in the schools.

Councilor Mpireirwe who is also the secretary for finance, planning and administration made remarks on Friday as the chief guest at the farewell party for the retiring head teacher of Mutanoga primary school Kagiraneza John held at the schools’ playground in Ruhaama county Ntunngamo district.

He commended the retiring headteacher Kagiraneza for having good managerial values that enabled him change the school to become one of the best performing government aided schools in the district.

The inspector of schools Orikiriza Mercy urged all civil servants to always lead by example if they are to live a legacy like what Kagiraneza did at Mutanoga PS.

The chairman school management committee Bitariho Polly hailed Kagiraneza John for transforming Mutanoga Primary school from grass to grace to an enrollment of over 700 pupils.

He asked the staff and the one who will be posted at the school to maintain the good performance and the reputation of the school.

The retiring headteacher Kagiraneza John attributed his success in the last 22 years at Mutanoga primary school to passion and consistently being involved in the classroom teaching.

Kagiraneza appealed to all head teachers to always engage in the classroom activities and cooperate with all stakeholders instead of being too bossy.

He retired from teaching after over twenty five years of service and he has been a head teacher at Mutanoga PS since 2000.

Kagiraneza John was rewarded with a number of gifts including cows, goats and wrapped ones.