Patrick Kaboyo, the General Secretary of Federation of Non-State Education Institution-FENEI, says that teachers are currently going through a lot, some of them are getting mentally ill, and others are depressed. He says that to some, teaching was the only source of income.
Sam Nalwanda, a teacher who is acting as the interim chairperson of the elders spearheading the committee fighting for the glory of Kabwangasi PTC, says that the decision to phase out the college came as a shock.
Angry students led by their guild leaders Geoffrey Mumbere and Barnabas Agaba grabbed a microphone from the principal and attempted to beat him. As a result, police started firing tear gas and live bullets in the air to disperse.