BREAKING: Gen Sejusa To Lead Youth Procession to Kampala

The National Social Security Fund (NSSF) has launched an E-Learning System that is aimed at improving competences and skills among its staff countrywide, ed thereby reducing its staff development budget by 36 percent.

While addressing staff at the launch at Workers House this week, help NSSF Managing Director, dosage Richard Byarugaba said that the E-learning system will offer NSSF employees with relevant and cost effective programmes, improve performance culture, and enable the Fund create more value for its members.

“This system delivers instant learning, enabling us achieve round the clock staff development that is self-led. It will improve personal development through applying focused and relevant learning to our all our employees,” he said.

“This innovative approach to learning and training ensures that we develop staff – our most valuable resource, at the same time saving money. This kind of cost management enable us create value for our members, while improving service delivery,” he added.

The Fund is among the first institutions in Uganda to implement e-learning. The system will enable staff access world class training, including some prestigious Harvard managerial courses. It will also enable the Fund address training and learning needs of all the staff at the same time.

The Fund operates a blended approach – use of instructor led training, coaching, on the job training. E-learning is the last component of this approach.

“Staff development is a continuous process. The retirement benefits sector is changing, technology is improving, and the needs of the business keep changing. In order to meet the demands of the business and our members’ expectations, it is important that we invest more in the development of our internal competencies,” Byarugaba said.

Mr. Elly Karuhanga, a prominent lawyer and former NSSF Board Chairman applauded NSSF for the innovation, and encouraged the Fund to continue automating its systems to cut down on the cost of doing business.


“Gone are the days when one had to face a trainer in a room or do an exam to get certified. Technology has made life easier. The global trend is now self-led, e-learning. To see the Fund embracing e-learning is gratifying,” Karuhanga said.

“Some studies show that a company can cut training costs by up to 35 percent, and condense about 2,900 hours of classroom training into 700 hours of e-learning. E-learning should therefore help the Fund reduce costs. I am not surprised that this was one of the primary motivators for the Fund to start e-learning,” he noted.

Only a few days after his return from exile where he spent more than a year, viagra approved former spymaster and Gen. David Sejusa has organized a welcome party for all his friends, buy more about fans and relatives on December 23 at plush residence in Naguru, viagra buy Kampala.

This was revealed by the Sejusa return committee Publicity Secretary Moses Bigirwa at a press conference held at Speke Hotel in Kampala on Friday.

“We are glad to announce that the general is now ready to continue with the mission of fighting for a better Uganda and wishes to inform the country that he will be leaving his country home in Sembabule and head to his city home in Naguru,” said Bigirwa.

“The function is planned to be his home coming party and will use it to clarify on the ongoing misleading information.”

According to Bigirwa, police has been notified about the function that will involve a procession from Sembabule to the city centre where various opposition and government bigwigs have been invited to attend.

“At his city home, Gen. Sejusa will inform the public the next move and clarify on what has always been said of him and the relations with government,” added Bigirwa.

The latest development is likely to ruffle feathers in the corridors of power as the NRA war historical braces for a presidential election launch.

Sejusa recently said he was eyeing the presidency. He, however, has to be retired from the army to seek the highest political office in the land.

While many thought Sejusa would tone down on his harsh rhetoric against President Museveni, the controversial army officer has continued to demands for what he calls “bad governance” and “suppression of dissent.”

Army officers are barred from making political comments in public forums. Sejusa, who was last year declared a deserter, faces charges of treasons, desertion and spreading harmful propaganda.

His family members are expected to meet Museveni to start a reconciliation process, according to the Genera’s elder brother George Kateera.

The former spy master returned home on Sunday morning aboard a British Airways flight before landing at Entebbe Airport where he was received by his lawyer Ladislaus Rwakafuzi and ISO boss Col. Ronnie Balya before heading directly to his home in Sembabule.

Chimpreports has separately learnt that about 1,000 youths are expected to lead Sejusa in a procession to Kampala. Each of the youth has raised Shs 30,000 for transport and food.

They are expected to converge along Bombo Road in Kampala this weekend where they will find buses to chauffeur them to Sembabule.

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