UNSA NEC to invite another Guest of honor for handover after Museveni’s failure to respond. Yesterday, the National Executive Committee, Uganda National Students’’ Association (NEC-UNSA) met at Makerere to streamline an agenda on how to effect service to the entire students fraternity in Uganda. Among the concerns for the meeting was the delayed handover party that had for long been awaited ever since January when the body took over power in Arua.
“I have so far written two letters to our patron, H.E. Yoweri Kaguta Museveni asking him to schedule a date that could favour him for this handover to take place. I gave it my all and made several follow-ups but all this has been in vain as I have hardly got any feedback,” said H.E Jothan Burobuto the president of the association. Upon calling for submissions about the matter, the body suggested that a last letter be written to the patron and failure for him to respond, another Guest of honor be sought so as to ensure smooth running of the other planned activities.
During the meeting, the executives approved a work plan that was to be followed to ensure the dream of a ‘REVAMPED UNSA” left by their predecessors come to a reality. Among the activities to be given a kin eye were; the 75 students expelled in Nkoma SSS Mbale, reaching out to all schools to ensure efficient subscription and above all carrying out activities to make sure UNSA serves its beneficiaries, the students of Uganda. “We call upon all institutions at the post-primary level to make their subscription to the association since it is a constitutional demand. We also urge the entire community to invite us in all areas concerning students so that we can offer our best as student leaders so as to build tomorrow’s Uganda,” said Mr. Roman, the acting Executive Secretary Unsa.