13 P.7 Pupils Miss PLE as Head Teacher Goes Missing

P7 Candidates started their exams today

Police in Maganjo is looking for Jackson Mpomba, page the head teacher and co-founder of God’s Will Primary School Maganjo, who is on the run for not registering his P7 class pupils for the final exams that started today.

Pupils and parents were shocked this morning to learn that there were no plans of taking them to the examination center.

“We were required to pay registration fee and the children were promised to sit their exams from a certain school in Matyana but to our dismay there were no arrangements to take them for the venue,” noted one of the candidate’s parent.

“We waited thinking they would be taken for exams early morning until my daughter came back home crying that the head teacher was nowhere to be seen. At this time together with other parents we rushed with the police to the school, finding only the cook with no teachers around.”

Police is currently detaining the cook plus the warden to help in further investigation.

Chimpreports also learnt that the same school was set ablaze by unknown people on Monday night which led to the transfer of all P.7 pupils to the warden’s rented house until they would finalize with their exams.

Meanwhile, the commencement of the PLE exams has been described as “smooth” by UNEB officials.

According to Dan Odongo the UNEB executive secretary, only a few cases were recorded of exam material arriving late, in Kampala and Wakiso.



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