Minister Baryomunsi urges students to concentrate on academics

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Dr. Chris Baryomunsi, Minister for Information Communication Technology and National Guidance, has counseled students at St. Paul’s Seminary in Rushorooza, Kabale district, to be focused on their studies and resolute in order to pursue their dream of becoming priests.

Last week on Saturday, Minister Baryomunsi addressed the audience while serving as the guest of honor at St Paul’s Seminary – Rushorooza in the Kabale district.

The school was celebrating St. Paul’s Day in an effort to gather money to rebuild the school’s oldest, deteriorating senior and laundry facilities.

In order for them to become priests in the future, Minister Baryomunsi urged the students to maintain discipline and have confidence in God.

He also reminded them that the discipline of seminarians is the one that everyone would admire in the 1990s.

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Hon. Catherine Ndamira Atwakiire, the Kabale District Woman Member of Parliament, Hon. Dr. Nicholas Kamara, Kabale Municipality Member of Parliament, and Hon. Wilfred Niwagaba, the Ndorwa East County Member of Parliament all gave advice to students on how to avoid unsavory peer groups that could ruin their futures and how to focus on their education rather than burdening and depressing their parents with misbehavior.

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The senior block and laundry, the school’s oldest structures, are in need of renovation, according to Rev. Fr. Augustine Tumushimwe, the rector of St. Paul’s Seminary – Rushorooza in Kabale Municipality.

They need 200 million shillings for the project and the structures haven’t been updated in more for 50 years, according to Fr. Tumushimwe.

The seminary advisory board and other interested parties had suggested that St. Paul’s Day be set aside to raise money for the renovation of the buildings, he continued.

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