- The Senior Assistant Secretary, current O. C police of Alero Police Post and LCIII chairperson will meet on Friday 22/9/2017 to discuss where the 4 batteries for powering Alero ICT Centre went as the former OC Was the one in safe custody of the keys to the computer room when the batteries disappeared. In that regard, the SAS is to write a letter to invite the former O. C for the meeting and the final feedback on this meeting will reach BOSCOUG on Monday 25/9/2017.
- The MOU that BOSCOUG will review for renewal with Alero ICT Centre should clearly stipulate the roles of community (Youth), Sub County leaders and BOSCOUG.
- Alero sub County will provide space in the main sub County building for better security of the equipment.
- The current Site management committees needs to be dissolved and new ones formed with clear roles.
Mr Okeny Paul Lawang, LCIII chairperson, Alero Sub county in his closing remarks begged that BOSCO Uganda should excuse Alero community for the mess they have caused against development and against the law of Uganda government especially the ill intentions of vandalizing government properties as the people of this community are actively involved in. He continued to elaborate that, in addition to the Alero ICT Centre equipment that were vandalized, Solar Power equipment meant for generation of water for the benefit of the same community was reported to have been vandalized by some community figures for which the police are investigating the culprits so that they can be brought to book.
He continued to say that, BOSCO Uganda have got the full support of the council of Alero Sub County that will ensure strict security measures of the equipment at the premises that the Sub County will provide within the main sub county H/Q Structure. He as well mentioned that, the youth Of Alero should use the ICT facilities provided by BOSCO Uganda to develop uniformly with the youth of other parts of Uganda and the world at large.
This is a better trend of sustainability that we can all work together towards to collectively and aggressively protect and embrace what is mean for our community youth who are our future leaders.