President Museveni promised in 2017, to construct the Institute in memory of the late John Muhima Kalekezi, the father of the former Inspector-General of Police Edward Kale Kahiyura for his role in instilling the spirit of Pan-Africanism amongst Ugandans. In the same year, the President laid a foundation stone for the construction of the institute on 168-acres’ of land at Rwivovo village in Nyakabande sub-county.
The closed schools include St Lawrence Pre and Primary School in Nyakinama sub-county, Blessed Future Primary School, Victorious Pre and Primary School in Nyarubuye sub-county and Bunagana Pride Pre and Primary School in Bunagana Town Council.
Kisoro district leaders have closed St. Paulâ€™s Secondary School, Mutolere, after students staged a violent strike at the school. More than 1000 students have been sent home. The students staged a strike on Saturday evening after they were reportedly denied a chance to watch a soccer match between Uganda Cranes and Tanzania.