Dan Taritweba, the chairperson of the Board of Governors Kabushaho seed secondary school, says that the contractor wrote asking for more time because of the COVID-19 pandemic but has not communicated to them since the last extension.
Brian Ssenoga, a computer engineering student sneers at the idea. He says that it will lead to more confusion in the course than they've already had. He said, “We’ve been studying with telecom engineers every first semester of the three years we have been here. There are course units we study and are not related to our course at all. Merging the two will just bring more confusion.”
Preliminary police findings indicate that on March 22, 2021, the deceased, who had health complications, went to the school headteacher, Rogers Kimbugwe, and asked for permission to return and pick money for medicine, which was reportedly granted.