Masaka Municipal Principal Education Officer Steven Kakeeto ordered the closure this evening after finding the school with filled up and dilapidated pit latrines, a sewage sludge which was flowing near students dormitories and kitchen, poor ventilation and dirty dormitories.
The Senate noted that the student studied and completed her Bachelor of Arts with Education but when she came for her transcript, the Results Management System placed her in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences CHUSS instead of the College of Education and External Studies - CEES as she claimed.
Eng. Christina Kakeeto, the Estates Director says the test results indicate that the building was not damaged by the fire and that it is still habitable. She is optimistic that ongoing renovation works will be concluded by the end of July to reopen full occupancy of the hall to students.
President Museveni credited the Church for being an important conduit for a change of attitude but urged, that focus should be put on mobilizing communities to participate in development programmes and not be limited to evangelism.