Kaija said that 86 million shillings had been budgeted for the construction of Mparo Seed Secondary School and 96 million shillings was to be spent by the education sector to cater for different requirements of schools but all could not be possible due to the closure of schools.
At Kisege Nursery and Primary School in Karugutu Sub County, they have classes up to P.5, but from the nursery section up to P.2, pupils study from a structure that is unroofed, lacks windows and doors and pupils sit on stones due to lack of desks.
The government-owned school, was last month hit by a storm that destroyed most of its dilapidated structures that were being used as classroom blocks for five classes. The pupils are currently studying under trees and in a nearby church.
Muhirwe was kidnapped from Kaberebere town council in Isingiro district where he had gone to buy scholastic materials after spending the holidays at his uncles place. His kidnappers contacted his family demanding for ransom of Shillings 7 million.