RUKUNGIRI: Excitement as Rukungiri Woman MP Hon. Natukunda donates 105 iron sheets to Ruhinda’s Rwoya P/S


Today, Rwoya Primary School in Ruhinda Sub County Rukungiri district received 105 iron sheets from the Hon. Midius Natukunda Kaharata, the Rukungiri Woman Member of Parliament, to roof a block of three classrooms that is now under construction.

Hon. Midius Natukunda Kaharata presented the iron sheets to the school administration, some of the area residents, and a few parents.

Hon. Natukunda disclosed that she is carrying out these initiatives as a result of the support she received during the 2021 general elections as their District Woman Member of Parliament and the National Resistance Movement (NRM), which pledged to do more for the benefit of people.

Natukunda revealed that she is aware that encouraging education is a commendable endeavor, since these children will be tomorrow’s leaders and generation.


During the handover ceremony, Mr. Francis Bahemuka, who represented the Catholic Church as the foundation body, said that the contribution from Woman MP Rukungiri is an important milestone because previous leaders neglected to take Rwoya Primary School into consideration while providing services.

Bahemuka expressed his gratitude to the family of Mr. Banada Kaharata that has consistently supported Rwoya Primary School and the Catholic Church via various initiatives promising to repay them in the 2026 generation elections.


The head teacher of Rwoya Primary School, Turinawe Julius, expressed his joy the donation of 105 iron sheets from their woman legislator, calling it a huge relief for teachers, learners and parents since they have been struggling with a shortage of classrooms.

Turinawe posed a challenge to the government, saying that everything would work out for them to get high academic results if it could also look into other issues the school had, such as the issue of a shortage of toilets for learners.

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The Rwoya Primary Parents and Teachers Association (PTA) chairperson, Winnie Karure, explained that they were unable to purchase all the iron sheets required to roof the three classrooms that are currently under construction.

She thanked Hon. Natukunda for his generosity, which propelled them to a new level and expressed hope that the classrooms will be completed and that their children will learn in a comfortable environment.

Karure continued, saying that while the government had never built a building or given projects to school, their Woman Member of Parliament contributed much promising her strong support in the general elections in 2026 so that she could return to the Parliament to represent them.

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