Wednesday, November 20, 2019
School Reviving Orphans’ hope

Many think that whenever a child becomes an orphan,  that means the end of their world, which is absolutely incorrect. As a result of this, the councilor Nalukwago Margret a resident of Entebbe municipality established a school for orphans because she believes that they can also grow to become prominent citizens.

The Good Samaritan school currently educates and caters for over 100 children.

Councillor  Nalukwago expounded on what inspired her to start the school for orphans, she narrated that she desire to see every child having access to education despite the family background. In the same context, she appealed to good Samaritans and the government to support them any every possible way.

On the same accession, the roke telecom company represented by Hellen Athieno came out to support the orphanage school with the various utilities.

 

 

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