KIU, Main Campus - Bosco Praise Tumuramye, the reigning KIU NRM chapter president and the State minister for ICT Peter Ogwang have agreed to build a robust network against tribalism in Uganda.
Along with other executive members, Tumuramye paid a visit to the minister on April 15 and agreed with him that a big network be built so that the party can avoid tribalistic tendencies and increase its membership.
Among the other issues discussed was equipping the students with the NRM ideology where the minister requested the chapter to come up with study groups upon which he promised to send in different facilitators for lectures.
"Young people are only thinking about money but not interested in knowledge. So in order for us to support you with knowledge, you will need to form study groups. I can always send in facilitators for lectures," Ogwang told the KIU chapter president.
He also recommended them to read books written by HE President Museveni especially, Sowing The Mustard Seed - 1st & 2nd edition, Stuck On NRM Core Principles and other books on patriotism, Pan-Africanism, democracy and socio-economic transformation.
Tumuramye was accompanied by the Vice-President, Nicholas Agaba, welfare officer Dorah Nowe and Daniel Ogutti, the head of district representatives and his deputy as well as Christine Owembabazi, the Hoima District representative.
Picture credit: KIU NRM Chapter