NRM Minister without Portfolio Abdul Naduli prepares to return to class to teach students about Uganda’s evolving history.
He says that Uganda’s youth are missing out on important aspects of history detailing how the country under the NRM leadership has evolved in culture, religion, politics and its economy geared towards becoming a middle income country.
Naduli who retired teaching in 1981 to join the liberation struggle claims that various people have failed to acknowledge the need to groom a young generation that appreciates its own culture and the morals.
Naduli declared intentions to volunteer history lessons to whoever is interested for a generation of young people who appreciate their own culture, religion and politics.
While addressing parents, teachers and students at Katikamu SDA Secondary School in Luweero District at their annual sports Day, Naduli also expressed disappointment on how the idea of grooming talent has not picked up even when the Country has the opportunity to nurture giants in various sports.
Earlier Mr Julius Namasa, the Katikamu SDA Secondary School head teacher, had told the Minister that while private schools play the same role as government aided schools in imparting knowledge and the general upbringing of the young generation, they have to bear the burden of the high taxes paid to government agencies, including taxes on education material which prompted Naduli to offer free history classes.