Posted: Mon, October 03, 2016 | By: Kasese Humanist Primary School
by Bwambale Robert Musubaho
I spent my Sunday evening milling the maize at our new property in Muhokya Town. I had taken there yellow maize (pop corns) for milling and ordinary white maizewhich are part of the remnant seeds from the past harvests from the Bizoha Campus plantation.
The mill is in perfect working mode and the locals are appreciating the success achieved while on the other hand the enemies of Kasese Humanist Primary School is alarmed by this new achievement.
Our innovations and creativity are there to show those still held in the bandwagon of ignorance to realize that wealth is realized through hard work, determination and ability to plan to solve problems.
There is a gofundme campaign online aiming at raising $$ to favor us Enlighten the locals via Local radio stations about the dangers of superstition and witchcraft which is deep ridden in our communities.These actions are primitive, backward and retard development. Surprisingly most if not all locals, when someone like me who embrace non belief, they think am satanic,evil or a bad person. Support my cause as i debunk religious bigotry/superstitious practices.
You can chip in something here