The school emerged the best in both Kyotera and Rakai districts with 92 out of the 98 candidates that sat exams at the centre, scoring two principal passes, a prerequisite and for joining tertiary institutions. This is according to the 2018 Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education-UACE results released by UNEB on Thursday.
Leaders of the CSOs have indicated that despite the huge investments incurred by the government and development partners in putting up social service facilities, some of them are underutilized and poorly maintained.
Musa Kabogoza and Matia Kalule, both residents of Buwunga sub county have revealed that they failed to have their details captured by NIRA staffs deployed in their area on failure to offer them bribes.
The directive followed a second fire outbreak that destroyed one of the School buildings two weeks after the initial accident that destroyed a dormitory accommodating 46 pupils. Annet Patricia Nampeera, the school head teacher says they fire was detected from the roof by one of the teachers.
NSSF records show that only 36 percent of the subscribers return to update their membership records when changes occur in their lives, which complicates many subscribers to secure benefits when the need arises.
According to guidelines issued by the Ministry of Education at the height of school fire outbreaks in 2018, all schools operating boarding sections are required to have spacious dormitories, firefighting equipment, fire emergency exit plans, and qualified security personnel, among others.
Dr Nelson Musoba, the Director General of Uganda AIDS Commission says they are developing a tracking mechanism that will help address the lapse, by having the peoples National Identification details interlinked to the HIV central referral system for proper follow-ups.
Ssekiziyivu, the affected pupils and the District Education Officer were summoned by UNEB for interrogation, where it was confirmed that he was the mastermind of the cheating and that he worked with the help of invigilators to offer external assistance to the candidates.
Christine Mukiibi, the L.CV vice chairperson has presented to the district council presided over their speaker James Muhabwa, a draft motion seeking to curve a new constituency out of Bukomansimbi north county.
His narration of the liberation struggle sheds a true picture about a group that devoted time, energy and commitment on a very tough mission. However, the pride of participating in the struggle fades with the agony over the failure to access his pension.
Sembabule district Kadhi Sheikh Nuhu Lubira Sserunjogi and says that the Old Kampala team is not legitimate and that a tender awarded to them to manage the animals slaughter business was given in omission. The old Kampala faction led by Sheikh Abdallah Ssemakula won the 27 million Shillings tender in June 2018.
Paul Omoka, the Masaka Municipal town clerk, says that a reserve pricing committee has been instituted to establish the number of billboards in the town, re-access them and develop new pricing guidelines.
The urban council leaders under the umbrella Alliance of Mayors and Municipal Leaders on HIV/AIDs in Africa-AMICAAL-Uganda chapter made the suggestion in Masaka district on Wednesday, during a meeting convened to take stock of the progress in campaigns against HIV.
The disagreement stems from a letter Jude Mbabaali wrote to the Minister of Education and Sports early this month, protesting the allocation of a 2.12 billion Shillings grant to Turbuk Senior Secondary School, a Muslim founded government-aided school located in Mukungwe Sub County.
Kalisiizo Town Council Youth Chairperson Fred Busuulwa says that Ugandan elections have been commercialized to a level that eliminates the capable leaders in favor of those who can buy their way to the top.
Namuyangu together with technical team from the ministry and Masaka Municipal leaders conducted a site visit on Thursday to check on the progress of the construction. They were however shocked by inefficiency of the contractor. Besides the contractor being behind schedule, Namuyangu was also angry by the low human resource and technical capacity at the site and use of basic equipment among others.