Vice president of Uganda Edward Ssekandi has asked investors in the country to give back to the communities they work in, especially the needy ones as a way to supplement Government efforts to develop the country. Ssekandi has made the remarks while commissioning the 400 million shilling Paresh Ruparelia national academy at Mawugulu village, Nsangi Sub County in Wakiso district.
Ssekandi notes that those who are well off should emulate these acts of humanity to help those in need. The 8 classroom block school is a donation to the country by Babulal Ruparelia the uncle to tycoon Sudhir Ruparelia in the memory of his son Paresh Ruparelia and his granddaughter Nina Ruparelia.
Babulal who was born in Uganda in the 60’s says he built this school to enable the needy children in this community to access decent education.