While presiding over the belated International Women’s Day celebration for Kole District on Thursday, the NRM party Deputy Secretary-General, Rose Namayanja Nsereko asked local residents to report all corruption practices in the implementation of Parish Development Model in the area. The ceremony was held at Bala P.7 School, Bala Sub County.
She notes the PDM is meant to benefit local people and empower them to get into the money economy as being preached by the President, therefore no body should tamper with the implementation.
“Audio clip of NRM Deputy SG Rose Namayanja Nsereko while addressing residents during the belated Women’s Day celebration for Kole District held at Bala P.7 School on Thursday where she thanked President Yoweri Museveni for empowering women.”
“Make sure the PDM money is used the right way; nobody should mismanage it because this is the first time the government is sending money from the central government directly to the parish administration,” NRM Deputy SG Namayanja said.
In addition to congratulating the Parliament for passing the Anti-Homosexuality Bill 2023, saying it will empower the fight against homosexuality in the country, Namayanja also used the ceremony to thank the people of Kole District for voting massively for the NRM party, specifically electing Judith Alyek as the district woman MP, saying her representation and performances have remained beneficial to both the government, the NRM, and her constituents.
“MP Judith Alyek is one of our great MPs, and we shall continue working with her to deliver development to the people of Kole District and Lango as a whole. She has also built a wide network with all the relevant leaders,” Namayanja said.
MP Alyek, also Lango Parliamentary Group Chairperson, emphasised her commitment to supporting local initiatives that can promote wealth among people. During the same function, she delivered a total of 10 hospital beds to Bala Health Centre III, in Bala Sub County to support maternal health and general medical service delivery to local persons.
She called for extreme vigilance among local people to ensure that no one engages in homosexuality, noting that Parliament has so far underscored a great achievement in passing the Anti-Homosexuality Bill 2023.
MP Alyek further explained that she has prioritised health, education, and wealth creation for people as key drivers for promoting development in her district.
Kole South County, MP Peter Ocen used the occasion to urge local residents to appreciate President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni for his effective leadership of the country.
He urged the government to stop some midwives whom he accused of asking for money from expectant mothers, saying the practise discourages many mothers from delivering in a health facility.
The function was also graced by the NRM party’s women’s league chairperson, Lydia Wanyoto.