Minister Musasizi Kick-starts St. Paul’s Seminary-Rushoroza 1.5Billion Drive

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  • Minister Musasizi expressed gratitude to the leadership of St. Paul’s Seminary Rushoroza for the human and spiritual formation they are instilling in students and training them to become priests.

KABALE: The Minister of Finance (General Duties), Henry Musasizi, has commended seminary schools for their role in instilling human formation among learners, which shapes their personal and interpersonal qualities.

“To reach where some of us are is because of the journey we passed through. We have faced many challenges, but thanks to a strong foundation, things continue to move smoothly. Building trust to manage the national treasury is not something we should take for granted; you must be well-trained to reach that level. I want to thank the administrators for the human formation I received from this seminary,” Minister Musasizi stated.

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Minister Musasizi expressed gratitude to the leadership of St. Paul’s Seminary Rushoroza for the human and spiritual formation they are instilling in students and training them to become priests.

“I want to thank Rector Rev. Fr. Augustine Tumushiime and Kabale Diocese Vicar General Msgr. John Vianney Sunday, Chairman of the Advisory Board, for the initiative to construct the storied building. We shall always contribute annually to ensure that the building is completed,” Minister Musasizi said over the weekend.

He was speaking as the Chief Guest at the annual celebration of St. Paul’s and Peter’s Day (June 29th) at St. Paul’s Seminary Rushoroza in Kabale District.

According to Rev. Fr. Tumushiime, the storied building will house the administration block, UNEB examination halls for both O and A-levels, and a science laboratory, with an anticipated cost of UGX 1.5 billion.

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“We aim to embark on this project to improve the standards of the seminary, ease our work during UNEB examinations, prioritize the sciences, and provide enough working space for our staff,” Fr. Tumushiime said.

Minister Musasizi contributed UGX 30 million, with UGX 10 million in cash. Minister Musasizi encouraged the audience to promote President Museveni’s message of economic transformation to alleviate poverty through government programs like PDM and Emyooga, among others.

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Col. Emmy Katabazi, the Deputy Director of the Internal Security Organization (ISO), urged students to maintain discipline and work hard to become good citizens of Uganda.

“If you are advised to try elsewhere and you believe you are disciplined, we shall welcome you,” he said.

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He also paid tribute to the deceased OBs who joined them in the struggle to defend the country.

“Don’t think about anything else; you came here to become a priest. But if you fail, become a good citizen,” Col. Katabazi told students.

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The Bishop of Kabale Diocese, the Rt. Rev. Callist Rubaramira, implored students to uphold values that guide their lives towards achieving their goals.

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At the fundraising event, UGX 97 million was raised in cash.

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