The funding will go to 120 pupils and students from the two districts selected by the offices of the District Education Officers based on the Uganda National Examinations Board-UNEB results released early this year.
David Karuhanga, the state minister for Public Service says that government does not have enough funds to meet the teacher's demands. He says government’s spending priorities were centered elsewhere like setting up irrigation schemes and the financing of the national airline
Construction of the school will be executed by Khalisa Developments Uganda Limited and will last for three years. The project will undertake the construction of 6 classrooms, four staff houses, four stance pit latrine, Kitchen facility and a football pitch.
Mutinye started teaching at Kamonkoli Secondary School in Mbale up to 1999 when he was transferred to Bulucheke SS in Bududa district where he taught until 2018. He was then transferred to Mbale High School last year where he is currently teaching Geography both at Ordinary and Advanced levels.