In an interview with Uganda Radio Network, Prof. Nawangwe said they have a budget of US$400million where the plan is to have a 200 bed capacity facility that will sit on 30 acres of land at Katalemwa in Gayaza Wakiso district.
Often, children who are completing top class are dressed in gowns, before they receive their completion certificates. But the ceremonies are now heavily commercialized and equally criticized by educationists. Schools in urban districts; Kampala, Wakiso and Mukono, charge up to 150,000 Shillings to cover ‘graduation’ costs for each child.
The scuffle stems from a piece of land donated by the Church to a parishioner Rebecca Nakiwolo in recognition of her exemplary service to the Church. But, according to parishioners, several years after her death, Nakiwolos grandchildren showed up in 2015 led by their elder sister, Fatima Nakaweesi, demanding for the land, saying it belongs to their grandmother.