Rukiga RDC warns school administrators on homosexuality

School Heads who’s their schools were appreciated for performing well

NEWS- The Resident District Commissioner Rukiga district Nayebare Fred Kyamuzigita has charged school head teachers to keep a keen eye on their learners over the homosexuals, and transgender activists targeting school going young ones.

The RDC was speaking at the Primary Leaving Examination results release for Rukiga district, a function held at the district headquarters.

Kyamuzigita said that people from Western countries are charming the minds of the school going children with a lot of money to do these sacrilege activities.

“The whole country is at risk because the westerners have realized the weakest link they can use to spread homosexuals in Uganda is through the young ones hence a need by School administrators to take note” said by Fred Kyamuzigita.

At the function, the Rukiga District boss Robert Kakwereere appreciated the head teachers for the great work they did in ensuring a good and promising performance at the 2022 PLE Exams pledging his continued support to the education sector.

Kakwerere also promised to advocate for the promotion of some teachers to deputies who were entrusted to head some schools and their leadership skills were able to make grades.

“I want to assure those whose schools did very well and are not full heads of schools that me and the CAO will try and see them promoted as full schools heads” said by Robert Kakwereere.

The Rukiga district Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) Asiimwe John said that it’s a great achievement to the district having seen big numbers of 1st grade, in both Government aided and private schools.

Asiimwe called upon school head teachers to always follow up on these pupils but at times their education is discontinued or cut short due to many factors like lack of school fees for high education and many others.

Reading the PLE results 2022 for Rukiga district, the inspector of Schools Ndyabegyera Christopher said that over 253 candidates passed in 1st grade, 1,312 in 2nd grade, 1,392 in 3rd grade while 229 in 4th division as 219 completely failed and 50 never sat for the examination.

He appreciated Noozi primary school as a UPE school with general scores, St Clelia primary school as a Non UPE school with general scores and Nyabireerema Primary school which registered a high number of sitting candidates and all sat for PLE.

The function was attended by the DEO Vastina Tiyendara, Deputy RDC, District speaker Hon. A kampurira Oscar, Hon Nkamushaba Jacklyn, Hon Amedi Bende, Katungi Jackson among others.

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