According to Paul Ssegawa, the school’s Deputy Head Teacher, the learners are excited to return to class. He appealed to all parents and guardians to take the children back to school saying the situation has stabilised.
The mourners mainly his parents Oliver Namatovu and Kasozi Mark plus other in-laws, friends and teachers could not hold their tears as Sserugga’s coffin was lowered down the grave. Some of including Namatovu passed out and they were put on drip.
It is said that Irene Namono disappeared with the key to the Exam container at Kalisizo police station for several hours and was nowhere to be seen by 8:45 am when learners were expected to be sitting for the papers.
Eli Walusimbi, the Community Liaison’s Officer in the Police-Fire Prevention and Rescue Services department says that investigations into the fires that have occurred in the different parts of the country have largely highlighted that mosquito nets intensified the fire and damage.
Musa Kayongo, the Rakai District Police Commander, says police was forced to pick up the school head teacher after failing to explain why he didnt buy the materials in time yet he received money for the materials.
Haruna Kyeyune Kasolo, the Kyotera District NRM party Chairperson, says they resolved to convert the offices into a training center so as to benefit many people especially women and youths by providing them with more skills training.
Steven Kakeeto, the Masaka Municipal Education Officer, says the high number of pupils at Hill Road Public school forced them to authorize the school to utilize the classrooms. He says they decided to withhold the money for the liability period after the contractor declined to redo the works.
Rakai District police Commander, Francis Tumwesigye told journalists that Corporal John Ekyensi the O.C of Kasasa police post and Constable Samuel Buyimba are being detained at Kyotera police station on charges of negligence and causing bodily harm to Duncan Ssenyama, a S.2 student of Kabale-Sanje secondary school.