The Town Clerk, Godfrey Kisekka says they have for so long been trying to recover only the playfield in the municipality that was fenced off by Denis Angura but they were shocked to learn from the landlord that the title on the land hosting the school is in the possession of a money lender.
At 12-years-of age, Hankers started saving money with the aim of putting a smile on someone's face or needy people. After accumulating USD 1000 about Shillings 3.5 million, she contacted St. Staffens Kapells, her home chapel to identify a suitable beneficiary.
The School Head Teacher, Christopher Ssebaggala, says that he received 14 desks from the government. He has, however, says that about 40 percent of the parents contributed willingly and the school topped up the money to procure 70 desks.
Prior to the takeover, Namataba institute had failed to attract students. The campus offers technical and vocational education and training under a private arrangement under the direct sponsorship of Limkokwing university in Malaysia. It currently has an enrollment of over 50 students.
Mukono Diocesan Secretary in Charge of Education Rev. Geoffrey Kagoye says such protests among learners undermine the church and school reputation and should never be tolerated in any church-founded school.
Information obtained from the MSC shows that Elizabeth Wandabula, the wife of the Bishop of the Methodist Church through De Jolisa Uganda limited, a development organization obtained a loan of Shillings 300 million to setup up a poultry farm and used the title of the school land comprising Kyaggwe Block 97, Plot 2936 measuring 2.2170 hectares as collateral security.
According to Nalubega, there is a need for collaborative efforts to ensure the return of young mothers to schools since these children are already traumatized by the effects of what they did out of ignorance.
Praise Lugoloobi Nakavubu had just been enrolled at Katente Church of Uganda primary school and disappeared on her third day after starting school. Police recovered her body from a thick bush near the garden of the residents in Nakisunga sub-county on Sunday.
The Head Teacher, Nathan Kalema, says that they used the money to buy handwashing facilities and slash bushes around the school. He says that they have asked district authorities to allow them to operate double-shift classes given the status of the school.
Reports indicate that as schools reopen, many of them are struggling with dilapidated structures ruined over the last two years when the buildings were not in use. Schools in Uganda have been closed for close to two years, as one of the measures undertaken by the government to control the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic.
In the petition, Eronda wants court to hold the school head teacher and his deputy liable for the losses he suffered since senior one. According to him, as a result of their conduct, Eronda has suffered special damages totaling to over twenty-four million shillings. This is the amount spent on school fees, transport and pocket money, uniforms and other school requirements.
She advised that parents to stop depending on government and schools from raising their children but to go back on the drawing board and sit down as parent with other community members to come up with ways to help raise a good generation.
Speaking at the 6th annual East African Communications Association-EACA conference convened virtually at Uganda Christian University, Okwakol said that institutions should consider developing approaches favouring companies offer mentorship to students.
The Institute Rector Peter Bbosa says that they previously sent their students to 20 training hospitals which currently have limited space to accommodate staff and training students. As a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, person-to-person interactions are limited, as well as congregations and contact with other persons.