A senior three drop out at Ndenje senior secondary school who is a residents of Buhaghura I village in Rukoki sub-county, Kasese district has advised school going children to always take care of themselves while at school if they are to benefit from their education.
Ms. Emmaculate Musoki who has had her share of suffering after obtaining pregnancy that led to her dropping out of school asked school going children to always adhere to the parents’ advices as they resume classes next month.
Ms Emmaculate who had turned for a training for young mothers in Environment protection through tree planting, kitchen gardening and soil conservation organized by Agape of Hope at Buhaghura C.O.U narrated to our reporter how she lost her future in education after being deceived by a man. Ms. Maculate Narrating…
According to Ms. Jovia Biira and Ms. Jackline Mbindule, all young Mothers who are struggling with their babies, told our reporter that they divorced after giving birth to their children due to several challenges they encountered ranging from domestic violence and failure to be provided for by their seemingly husbands among others.
Ms. Jovia and Jacline on divorcing…….
Meanwhile, the Kasese municipal education officer has asked candidates to concentrate so much as classes resume since the given period is too short for them as teachers struggle to fix for this short time given unto them. Mr. Kairi speaking…
Candidate classes will re-open on 15th Oct. 2020 as instructed by the president after nearly six months of closure due to covid-19 Pandemic. ENDS