RUKIGA RDC CAUTIONS SCHOOL HEADTEACHERS ON HOMOSEXUALITY
By Van Deguras
RUKIGA: Rukiga Resident District Commissioner Fred Nayebare Kyamuzigita has advised school head teachers to keep a keen eye on their learners over the homosexuality and transgender promoters who he said are targeting the young learners.
The RDC was speaking during the official release of the 2022 Primary Leaving Examination results for Rukiga district held at the district headquarters on Wednesday.
Kyamuzigita noted that some elements from the Western countries are targeting the school going children whom they lure into the acts of homosexuality with a lot of money.
“The whole country is at risk because the westerners have realized that the weakest link they can use to fulfil their motives of promoting homosexuality in Uganda is through the Young ones, so we call upon the school heads to keep a keen eye on every learner in the school”, said RDC Kyamuzigita.
During the same function, the Rukiga District boss Robert Kakwereere appreciated the head teachers for the great work they did to ensure a good performance in the 2022 PLE Exams, pledging his continuing support to the education sector in the district.
He also promised to advocate for the promotion of the few deputies who were entrusted to head some schools and their leadership yielded good grades in those schools.
“I want to assure those whose schools did very well and are not full heads of schools that I and the CAO will try and see how they can be promoted to full headship”, said Kakwereere.
The Rukiga district Chief Administrative Officer (CAO) John Asiimwe noted that the increase in the number of 1st graders in both the Government Aided and private schools is a great achievement to the district.
The CAO also called upon school headteachers to always follow up on the pupils who complete their PLE and at times their education is discontinued or cut short due to many factors like lack of school fees among other factors.
Reading the PLE results 2022 for Rukiga district the inspector of Schools Rukiga District Christopher Ndyabegyera revealed that out of 2555 candidates who were registered for the exams in the district, 253 candidates passed in grade one, 1312 in second grade, 1392 in 3rd grade, 229 in the 4th, 219 in grade U, 50 in X division.
He named Noozi , a UPE School as one of the schools that performed best in the district.