The Hapuuyo Sub County LC III chairman, Richard Asiimwe, says the president made the pledge as a token of appreciation to the people of Hapuuyo whom he said were very instrumental in the liberation struggle that ushered in his leadership in 1986.
Kyaka Model Primary School, with a population of more than 1000 pupils, has a leaking roof with dilapidates structures, all which have no windows and doors. Rachael Mugisa, the deputy head teacher of the school says that the classrooms were condemned by the district engineer, but they are still being used since there is no other option.
According to the guidelines, all schools are required to have sanitary facilities, clinics, classrooms, furniture, dormitories, and perimeter fences. Florence Kabahenda, the acting Kyegegwa District inspector of schools says that apart from the inadequate facilities, the schools lacked qualified teaching staff and had instead employed S.6 leavers as teachers.