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Bishop Zac Blames Government For Poor Education System

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Bishop Zac made these remarks on Wednesday during the launch of global Action week 2013 organized by Uganda National Teachers’ Union (UNATU) at Hotel Triangle in Kampala.


He further remarked that out of all the pupils that start primary one in an academic year, its only 21 percent of them that sit for Primary Leaving Exams.


“Many children in Bundibugyo, Karamoja and other parts of the country drop out of school because most of their teachers don’t teach. However, teachers refuse to teach because they are not well facilitated,” noted Zac.


He added: “The Shs 5m that was to every MP to consulate with their constituencies on the marriage bill should have been used to pay a teacher for almost one and half years.”


Bishop Zac asserted that Ugandan education system is under crisis giving an example of her sister who has taught for over twenty five years but she has not benefited from her service.


He however, called upon all teachers to join hands and work together to gain their freedom.

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