Govt commends  private sector’s investment  in country’s education

05Mar 2019
The Guardian Reporter
The Guardian
Govt commends  private sector’s investment  in country’s education

THE government has commended the private sector’s  investment  in education saying that the move will stimulate 5th   phase the government intention to provide better education for every Tanzanian.

National Electoral Committee director of elections Dr Athumani Kihamia (2nd-R) presents a certificate to a Tusiime Secondary School graduand at a ceremony in Dar es Salaam at the weekend. Looking on are the school’s headmaster, Emil Rugambwa (R), and board chairperson Dr John Mbogoma (3rd-R). Photo: Correspondent Miraji Msala

The praise was given over the weekend by Director of National Election Committee (NEC), Dr Athumani Kihamia, during the Tusiime Form Six graduation ceremony in Dar es Salaam.

He said 5th phase government under the strong leadership of President John Magufuli is committed to ensure  that Tanzanian youths get quality education for their better livehoods and for the nation at large.

 “We need educated youth who are patriotic to their nation, youth who will be strong to protect the nation natural resources and  I am confident that the expansion  that you are doing here at Tusiime will help the school to maintain academic status when it comes to national examinations results,” he said.

Kihamia said government has set good strategies in improving education because without good education Tanzania cannot meet its vision of being industrial and middle economy by 2025.

One of the Form Six leavers at the school, Keziah Nyirenda asked the government to recognise it as a special school because of its academic excellence they have been archiving  in national examinations for the past 20 years.

The graduate said that the school had being doing wonders in academic performance and evidence on that is seen in internal examinations, zones examinations and national examinations.

 “This school academic excellence makes us proud to be part of Tusiime family and in our opinion we see that it deserve to be a special school… Some people may not understand this but the students and parents can bethe  witnesses in this because some of students who joined Tusiime with very low grades but they had been  prepared well and will do wonders in the national examinations,” she said

School head master, Emil Rugambwa said his school accommodates all student even those with low marks but his team  is well prepared to help the students day and night to make sure they do wonders in the national examinations.

 “Sometime parents bring their children at Tusiime after they had failed to get the school of their choice, they give us their children with low grades but my strong team prepares them well and most of the time they do wonders in the national examinations,” he said.




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