KAMPALA – The former National Social Security deputy Managing Director Geraldine Ssali has on Saturday June 27 been elected Chairperson of the Gayaza High School Old Girls Association (GOGA), for the term of 2020-2022.
The election was conducted online, or commonly referred to as scientific because of the current lockdown measures to contain the spread of the Coronavirus, with congregating suspended.
Ms. Ssali, a very highly trained financial expert beat her competitor Christine Kasule -Mulimba with 52 percent of the vote.
Eng. Dr. Florence Lubwama Kiyimba was elected Ssali’s deputy after she beat Julianne Susanne Sansa-Otim with 65 percent.
Dr. Charlotte Kawesa Ntuluume, a lecturer at Makerere University School of Journalism and Communications was overwhelmingly voted as Publicity secretary after she beat Janat Navvuga Bugembe with 79 percent of the vote.
Mario Nabisere Beijuka was voted Treasurer in the new executive after she convincingly beat Ruth Kagabane with 65 percent of the vote.
Martha Tukahirwa went through unopposed for the role of Secretary.
GOGA was formed by former students of Gayaza High School with an aim of bringing together alumnae of the school including their participation in various activities that develop the school.
The association has since grown into a pressure group that safeguards the interests of the school but also generates resources to improve the school facilities and the advancement of a girl child.
The new executive will serve until the year 2022.