David Sserubombwe, the LC III Chairperson of Nabiswera sub-county says the affected people have nowhere to go because their houses were destroyed yet the sub-county is yet to identify an area where they could be resettled.
Cyriaco Kabagembe, the Dean of Students Makerere University, says according to the new changes, all halls of residence will remain operational. He says resident students will return to their halls of residence. According to Kabagembe on reopening, wardens will first allocate space to the resident student.
Winnie Kyobutungi, the General Welfare Manager at Kampala School for Physically Handicapped-KSPH said they were all along preparing for candidates until Saturday when officials from the department of education at Kampala Capital City Authority visited them and told them they will reopen at full capacity.
Zenar Nasur, the Luweero District Education Secretary, says most of the teenagers were lured into sex after being left alone at home by their parents. She explains that most of the affected girls live with their grandparents and guardians who exercise little control over them, which gives them leeway to engage in irresponsible sexual behavior with their peers or male adults.