The Kagadi District Woman Member of Parliament Jenifer Kyomuhendo Mbabazi has implored Ugandans to use their respective capacities to support the needy if they are to get blessings from God.
Jenifer revealed this on Saturday while speaking as the chief guest during the 15th anniversary of the Bless the Children Ministries Home (BTCMH) at the school premises of Canaan Primary school in Mabaale Town Council Kagadi district.
The previous day, Bless the Children Ministries Home BTCMH was celebrating the 15th year in service and at the same time there was the grand opening of Canaan secondary school that will target the orphans, and disabled persons.
Jenifer acknowledged the Executive Director of BTCMH Mrs. Hedwig Mbaziira for investing in promoting skilling and hope to the vulnerable and even creating Job opportunities to the people where she also promised to continue supporting the institution.
She supported the school with 1M Shillings.
Eric Musana Acaali, the Buyaga East Member of Parliament who also represents Uganda in the Pan African Parliament promised to the school Management that his office will work together with the Ministry of Gender and social development to support the school.
Musana also acknowledged the proprietor of the institution for the good developmental ideas where he challenged Parents to support their children and desist from domestic violence if they are to develop their families.
He also supported the campaign with 1M Shillings.
Speaking at the same function, Benjamin Tumusiime, the Deputy Resident District Commissioner Kagadi district asked residents to remain vigilant to security threats in the country following a suspected ADF attacks in Kasese district where 45 students were killed on Friday night in a raid at Mpondwe-Lhubiriha secondary school by the ADF rebels.
Meanwhile, Mrs. Hedwig Mbaziira, the Executive Director Bless the Children Ministries Home Uganda BTCMH revealed that Canaan Primary school, a school under the BTCMH started with 70 learners but currently they have an enrollment of 320 students with a staff of 62.
She said the school has got different funds from BTCMH America hence calling for support from the government in order to achieve their dream of having a secondary school for the needy.
The function was graced by the Kagadi district LCV chairperson Ndibwami Bahunga Yosia, Mayor Mabaale Town council Edward Iruumba among other dignitaries.