In 2019, Richard Mukasa, the former headteacher of Wobulenzi Public Primary School acquired a loan of Shillings 100 million from Equity Bank after mortgaging the school title. He used the money from the loan to buy a nearby house to host teachers.
Sam Twiineamazima the Savannah Regional Police Spokesperson says that Ssebamanya was arrested after Police got complaints that between September and October this year, that he had defiled six pupils aged between 13-17 years, all in P7 class.
James Tumuhairwe Ninsiima the headteacher of Ngoma Church of Uganda Primary school in Nakaseke says that 15 years ago, a heavy storm blew off the roof of a classroom block of five classes but to date they have not yet renovated it.
The Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) will take place from November 8th to 9th, 2023. Additionally, the Uganda Advanced Certificate of Examinations (UACE) is scheduled from November 10th to December 1st, 2023.
Dr. Safina Musene Kisu on behalf of the Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Education and Sports wrote to the LC 5 Chairman of Luwero informing them a provisional list of 11 students selected from the district to benefit in the government sponsorship under the district quota admission scheme.
In her message read by Minister for Higher Education JC Muyingo at the function to commemorate 60 years of Ndejje Senior Secondary School in Luwero district, Alupo asked the school administrators not to allow homosexuality in the institutions.
George Mutekanga the Assistant Commissioner in Charge of Private Schools and Institutions says that although a big number of schools have been registered, many others are yet to adhere to the directive.
According to paragraph 76 (1) of Luwero District Council General Ordinance 2022, a parent or guardian shall ensure that every child of school-going age under his or her care attends school every day unless missed school on reasonable cause.
Yusuf Kamulegeya, the Luwero District Inspector of Schools explained that the smartphones have been updated with information about each teacher at a school who will be required to use them to clock in using their face, fingerprint, or pin.
Last week, the District Probation office and Police rescued 20 children aged 5-12 years from a residential house at Kasana PWD zone in Luwero town where they had been kept waiting for promised bursaries.
Florence Bbosa Ssekitoleeko, the Luwero District Education Officer explains that some of the schools have reopened for the year but they don’t have qualified teachers, infrastructure, and others are still teaching pupils using the old curricula.
Augustine Mukooza, a parent at Kasana Junior Primary school, says that when UNEB announced the results, he asked his children to check the results via SMS but to their disappointment, they were not displayed.