A section of members of parliament wants the government to set up a revolving fund to assist schools kick start their operations when they open up in January.
On 13 September the Kyakwazi district woman MP Christine Ssedawula Bukenya moved a motion to the flow of parliament requesting parliament to intervene in the challenges faced by private schools by providing them with revolving funds to save their property from being taken by Banks which the speaker referred to the committee on the education.
One of the seconders who is the Igara East MP Michael Mawada says they would like the government to provide 500 Billion shillings to schools to help them kick start their operations next year when the schools are expected to reopen.
The Kyakwazi district woman MP Christine Ssedawula who is the mover of the motion notes that the government should consider giving a hand to private schools since they meet all expenditures, unlike government schools.
“Some are talking about the private schools charging more but even government schools secondary schools you find them charging in millions more over government assist them in must of the things, the teachers are paid, bills are paid why do they charge parents in millions also private charge in millions but I see it not being an issue because they handle all expenditures”, Ssedawula said.