The state Minister for education Rosemary Nansubuga Sseninde has affirmed that government is facing a challenge of facilities at government aided secondary schools across the country, even with the Seed School Programme which started a few years ago.
The minister said government with its development partners is struggling to avail science laboratories and Libraries at all secondary schools to ease the teaching of science subjects but urges teachers to use the available limited facilities and they await on government.
She was on Tuesday commissioning the groundbreaking of a billion shillings structure at Kasenyi Secondary School in Mubende town, which is to house a school dining, Library and main hall.
The Mubende district chairperson Francis Kibuuka Amooti also reminded the President of the need to provide this grate school with transport as he has done to some schools in Mubende.
Mubende Light Secondary School is one of the three oldest Sec Schools in Greater Mubende it stared way back in 1981 and government took it in 2001 on Universal Secondary Education progrmme.
Mr Chriss Muzira, the School head teacher says the school is challenged with insufficient classrooms and furniture yet the enrollment is growing, and science lesions have also turned out to be challenge since the school has no substantive laboratory.