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Apac: District to Dismiss Ineffective Teachers

Two crime preventers and another person are being held by police in Kabale for alleged murder of a 27 year old man.

The accused are Jessica Hesimana, viagra 100mg http://ccimiowa.com/wp-includes/._rewrite.php 36 and Gastone Byamahanga, what is ed 51 both crime preventers of Kyanjari cell, store Kara Muko Sub county.

Jaclyn Kanana, 35 a business woman in Kyanjari trading center hailing from Kagogo cell, Ikumba sub county is also implicated in this case.

It is alleged that on Sunday September 27 at around 8pm, while at Kyanjari trading center, the trio murdered Wilson Karuru, a resident of Kagogo cell Ikumba Sub County.

The suspects claim that the deceased attempted to rape Hesimana at her place of work, who made an alarm that attracted residents.

The trio allegedly descended on the Karuru in fracas and beat him to comma. He breathed his last while being rushed to Hamurwa Health Centre IV.

The deceased’s relatives on Monday attacked the residences of Hesimana, and Byamahanga and destroyed their property including 4 houses, 8 cows and 15 goats among others in revenge.

 
By Geoffrey Omara. 

The Apac Distict local government has threatened to dismiss ineffective teachers and staff.

Odongo Asante, viagra 40mg http://dailyampersand.com/wp-content/plugins/the-events-calendar/common/src/tribe/cache_listener.php the  LC5 Vice chairman  on Tuesday during  a meeting held at Red cross hall, drug said the district is fed up of incompetent staff who ignore their responsibilities.

“We are going to force those who perform poorly into early retirement,” he said, adding that this will be in the best interest of the community.

He further said that the unproductive staff will be replaced with better trained and skilled staff.

The Senior Education Officer, R.S Tego supported this adding that many teachers are always absent at work and this affects the performance of students who do not get the necessary education.

He also noted that the district has quite a number of children and youth who instead of going to schools, are scattered around the trading centers.

He urged Parents and teachers to be a good example and support the children through various programs.

“Most of the teachers we have are community rejects who spend most of their time in bars. We should therefore use an iron hand and identify them and employ a qualified group, that will raise the standards of the district,” Geoffrey Eling Owera, the sub County councilor for Chawente said.


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