The Chairperson LC One for Base camp Lower cell in Kasese Municipality Mr. Kigutiha has asked school proprietors to allow all registered primary seven candidates who have not completed fees to sit for their national papers as they sort out themselves

Speaking to Kasese guide radio yesterday, Mr. Kigutiha who calls for confidence among the candidates despite many challenges described as un fair to deny national exams to learners, some of who were impregnated during the forced lock down of schools over COVID-19.

Mr. Kigutiha speaking……

Primary seven national examinations began last Friday with the briefing of candidates.

According to the time table, Mathematics and Social studies will be done today as they end with Science and English papers tomorrow. END


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