By Emmanuel Lwasi
3rd deputy premier Rukia Nakadama has challenged women to learn computer use and other digital platforms.
She says with the changing world and it’s new demands, women need to change from analog to digital so as to be able to compete favorably with the rest of the world.
She made the remarks while officiating at the Iganga women’s day celebrations at Namungalwe saza ground in Namungalwe town council, Kigulu north Iganga district.
The function organised by Iganga district woman member of parliament Hon. Kauma Sauda Alibawo who thanked NRM government for prioritizing a lady in everything and also celebrating this day every year.
She asked all women to involve themselves in government development programs such as Emyooga and Parish Development model which she said do not attract too much interests unlike others.
Sauda also asked women to believe in themselves, adding that they are capable of doing even other work done by men.
Other guests was. Hon Minister states For Agriculture Bwino Fred Kyakulaga mp Kigulu north, Hon Milton muwuma kalulu MP Kigulu south, Hon Esther Mbayo wmp Luuka district among others.
Hon Bwino kyakulaga asked women to use this rainy season to grow both food crops and cash that will enable them to get money to support their families.