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Korea Government  Offer Key Leadership Skill to Mpigi Leaders

Closing the three-day training program for local government leaders in Mpigi District at the National Farmer's Leadership Center in Kampiringisa.


The presidential representative (RDC) for Mpigi, Ssempala Kigozi, urged the trainees to be the beacon of development in their communities.

Head of the training center Dr Johnbosco Okwaja and KOICA coordinator in Mpigi, Andrew Buule , outlined praised the main focus areas of the three-day workshop.

Park Husanga, who represents the Korean government and is the manager of KOICA, which is investing in the projects, encouraged the leaders that they too can change their communities to become like Korea, if they work together.

Economist Andrew Chepa, taught on financial literacy and leaders came out praising and appreciating him for the empowerment.

Other leaders have figured out where to start when they return home , as the course has opened their eyes.

The workshop was organised by Mpigi District with the assistance of the Government of Korea through its Korea international co-operation AGENCY (KOICA) with the aim of improving the quality of service among Mpigi leaders.

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