The LCV chairperson Katakwi district is on high gear sensitizing parents to train their children to do work from home instead of allowing them to idle.
Geoffrey Omolo notes with concern that some of the parents allow children to only watch films on Television not knowing that it affects their future in a long run.
He explains that such children in future will only want office work because they have not been trained on how to do numerous activities right from home.
Meanwhile a section of leaders across Teso have warned parents against selling the only land they have for sending children back to school.
This statement has come as most parents are moving up and down mobilizing resources for sending children to school on the 6th of February 2023.
Raphael Ojakal the LCV councilor representing Usuk sub-county in katakwi district says land is the only valuable asset that the people of Teso have and therefore it should be guarded jealously.
on another note, a meeting between parents and school management committees in Amuria primary, Amuria district is set to be conducted on the 3rd of February with a purpose of discussing how to develop the institution.
The development has been confirmed byAnna Rose Amao the head teacher of the school.
She says it’s through meetings that the school can develop, calling on the parents to embrace school meetings so as to forge away forward on the development of the school.