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The confirmed members include Rebecca Masika, Johnson Bwambale, Repheal Mbusa, Ainea Masereka, and Sadayo Masereka among others all from Kirembe Zone, who were called upon to live an exemplary life and project a positive image in their society.
Matte challenged members to put in use the skills attained and to disseminate the message to the rest who did not get a chance to join the training.
However, Rebecca Masika, one of the beneficiaries said that they have hope to cause impact in the area because the government has been training some of their people in services yet they have not delivered the skills to the ground.
Masika appealed to the local leaders to work together with the team in eliminating the bad practices like cutting down of trees which is dreadful and becoming a vice.
Speaking to the beneficiaries of the area, Councillor Hon Prossy Ndagire, hailed Kasese diocese for giving such a training which she said is going to change people’s attitudes and advocate for the betterment of the country.
Meanwhile, the chairperson LC3 Muhokya sub-county, Earnest Kasoke, said that it is a voluntary service that is going to support the roles that the government of Uganda is doing.
“The majority will learn from the members who too should live exemplary lives,” Kasoke said.