However, the event, which lasted less than three hours, with the Deputy Regional Police Commander Henry Kavuma and Arua Resident District Commissioner Nahori Oya as the day's only speakers had a colourful parade by the security forces.
The residential training held at Mvara SS focused on enhancing officers’ ability to understand professional management of public disorder, familiarize police officers with equipment for public order management and enhance their knowledge on Human rights ahead of the 2021 general elections.
This is the second strike by the students of Mvara in a space of a week. On Thursday last week the students destroyed school property and dumped fecal matter in the administration block after they failed to agree with the school administration on the opening of the dormitories during meal times for them to access some of their feeding materials.
The multi-purpose health science laboratory expected to comprise a fully equipped state of the art Information Communication Technology ICT and science laboratory equipment. Ms. Coil Uganda Limited is undertaking the works and is expected to complete it within 12 months.
Dr Luke Taban the Municipal Production Officer says they also face a challenge of water shortage. The facility needs at least 5000 liters of water for use daily but the facility now relies on only 1000 liters, hindering the cleaning of the products or the facility.