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Sironko Leaders Address Delay in Buyobo School Construction



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### Delay in Buyobo Seed Secondary School Construction Addressed by Sironko District Leaders

Leaders in Sironko district have issued an official statement addressing the prolonged construction delay of Buyobo Seed Secondary School in Buyobo Sub County. The initiative, championed by Budadiri West Member of Parliament Nathan Nandala Mafabi, secured approval last year, with construction slated to commence in the financial year 2023/2024.

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Speaking to our reporter on November 27, 2023, Livingstone Giluli, the LCV chairperson of Sironko district, disclosed that the district has acquired land near Buyobo sub county head offices. The current focus is on the titling process before initiating construction activities, as proceeding without proper land documentation poses potential ownership disputes in the future.

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Geoffrey Wamanyala, the Assistant Chief Administrative Officer of Sironko, urged the community to support the development initiative. He assured that once the land titling is complete, funds from the ministry will be released promptly, and construction will commence. Bidding processes are already underway to facilitate a swift start to the construction phase.

Herbert Musika, the secretary for social services at Sironko district, emphasized that the government has allocated the school. However, the delay primarily stems from the titling process, a necessary step before construction can proceed.

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