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Ben Siwa Finishes Second in Perkins Half Marathon

Siwa (centre) with other podium winners

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The administration said was in retaliation to the students’ adamant refusal to pay Shs 20, 000 for the purchase the school bus.
The irritated students stormed the office of the head master Mr. Musa Kiziito but be happened to have stepped out.

Angry students speaking to press

Angry students speaking to press

They then descended on the furniture in the examination rooms, the apparatus in the science
laboratory; smashed the windows of the S.1 block and burnt the office of the head teacher with fuel.

The Anti-riot police from Fort Portal rushed to the school and used live bullets and teargas to disperse the protesting students.

Police rescued the head teacher and detained him for his safety as investigations into the matter continue.

Bakari Muga Bashir, the area Police spokesperson confirmed the incident and condemned the manner in which the students devastated the school structures.

The school head teacher Musa Kizito being escorted by policed to safety

The school head teacher Musa Kizito (2nd Left) being escorted by policed to safety

After restoring calm at the school, the police allowed the students to sit their examinations. The first paper commenced at 1:00pm amid heavy police deployment.

The strike comes shortly after the Kabarole leaders demanded the transfer of Mr.Musa Kiziito, accusing him of hiking fees, charges on the school uniform and his poor administration.

They also blamed him for bringing in students from Buganda region, and poor performance in the previous national exams.

The Executive secretary for UNEB Matthew Bukenya had warned the school heads against barring students from doing examinations because of failure to complete the school dues.

 
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The administration said was in retaliation to the students’ adamant refusal to pay Shs 20, 000 for the purchase the school bus.
The irritated students stormed the office of the head master Mr. Musa Kiziito but be happened to have stepped out.

Angry students speaking to press

Angry students speaking to press

They then descended on the furniture in the examination rooms, the apparatus in the science
laboratory; smashed the windows of the S.1 block and burnt the office of the head teacher with fuel.

The Anti-riot police from Fort Portal rushed to the school and used live bullets and teargas to disperse the protesting students.

Police rescued the head teacher and detained him for his safety as investigations into the matter continue.

Bakari Muga Bashir, the area Police spokesperson confirmed the incident and condemned the manner in which the students devastated the school structures.

The school head teacher Musa Kizito being escorted by policed to safety

The school head teacher Musa Kizito (2nd Left) being escorted by policed to safety

After restoring calm at the school, the police allowed the students to sit their examinations. The first paper commenced at 1:00pm amid heavy police deployment.

The strike comes shortly after the Kabarole leaders demanded the transfer of Mr.Musa Kiziito, accusing him of hiking fees, charges on the school uniform and his poor administration.

They also blamed him for bringing in students from Buganda region, and poor performance in the previous national exams.

The Executive secretary for UNEB Matthew Bukenya had warned the school heads against barring students from doing examinations because of failure to complete the school dues.

 
Countrywide, troche http://communityseven.com/ext/sitesplat/badge/conditions/type/avatar.php the S.4 candidates on Monday 12th October, begun their UCE exams with the physics paper in the morning.

This however was not the case at government aided Mpanga Secondary school Fort Portal town, where students went on strike over missing examination index numbers.

The candidates reported to their examination rooms in the morning, but were shocked when they asked for their index numbers to no avail.

The administration said was in retaliation to the students’ adamant refusal to pay Shs 20, 000 for the purchase the school bus.
The irritated students stormed the office of the head master Mr. Musa Kiziito but be happened to have stepped out.

Angry students speaking to press

Angry students speaking to press

They then descended on the furniture in the examination rooms, the apparatus in the science
laboratory; smashed the windows of the S.1 block and burnt the office of the head teacher with fuel.

The Anti-riot police from Fort Portal rushed to the school and used live bullets and teargas to disperse the protesting students.

Police rescued the head teacher and detained him for his safety as investigations into the matter continue.

Bakari Muga Bashir, the area Police spokesperson confirmed the incident and condemned the manner in which the students devastated the school structures.

The school head teacher Musa Kizito being escorted by policed to safety

The school head teacher Musa Kizito (2nd Left) being escorted by policed to safety

After restoring calm at the school, the police allowed the students to sit their examinations. The first paper commenced at 1:00pm amid heavy police deployment.

The strike comes shortly after the Kabarole leaders demanded the transfer of Mr.Musa Kiziito, accusing him of hiking fees, charges on the school uniform and his poor administration.

They also blamed him for bringing in students from Buganda region, and poor performance in the previous national exams.

The Executive secretary for UNEB Matthew Bukenya had warned the school heads against barring students from doing examinations because of failure to complete the school dues.

 
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The candidates reported to their examination rooms in the morning, but were shocked when they asked for their index numbers to no avail.

The administration said this was in retaliation to the students’ adamant refusal to pay Shs 20, 000 for the purchase the school bus.
The irritated students stormed the office of the head master Mr. Musa Kiziito but be happened to have stepped out.

Angry students speaking to press

Angry students speaking to press

They then descended on the furniture in the examination rooms, the apparatus in the science
laboratory; smashed the windows of the S.1 block and burnt the office of the head teacher with fuel.

The Anti-riot police from Fort Portal rushed to the school and used live bullets and teargas to disperse the protesting students.

Police rescued the head teacher and detained him for his safety as investigations into the matter continue.

Bakari Muga Bashir, the area Police spokesperson confirmed the incident and condemned the manner in which the students devastated the school structures.

The school head teacher Musa Kizito being escorted by policed to safety

The school head teacher Musa Kizito (2nd Left) being escorted by policed to safety

After restoring calm at the school, the police allowed the students to sit their examinations. The first paper commenced at 1:00pm amid heavy police deployment.

The strike comes shortly after the Kabarole leaders demanded the transfer of Mr.Musa Kiziito, accusing him of hiking fees, charges on the school uniform and his poor administration.

They also blamed him for bringing in students from Buganda region, and poor performance in the previous national exams.

The Executive secretary for UNEB Matthew Bukenya had warned the school heads against barring students from doing examinations because of failure to complete the school dues.

 
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The candidates reported to their examination rooms in the morning, but were shocked when they asked for their index numbers to no avail.

The administration said this was in retaliation to the students’ adamant refusal to pay Shs 20, 000 for the purchase the school bus.
The irritated students stormed the office of the head master Mr. Musa Kiziito but be happened to have stepped out.

Angry students speaking to press

Angry students speaking to press

They then descended on the furniture in the examination rooms, the apparatus in the science
laboratory; smashed the windows of the S.1 block and burnt the office of the head teacher with fuel.

The Anti-riot police from Fort Portal rushed to the school and used live bullets and teargas to disperse the protesting students.

Police rescued the head teacher and detained him for his safety as investigations into the matter continue.

Bakari Muga Bashir, the area Police spokesperson confirmed the incident and condemned the manner in which the students devastated the school structures.

The school head teacher Musa Kizito being escorted by policed to safety

The school head teacher Musa Kizito (2nd Left) being escorted by policed to safety

After restoring calm at the school, the police allowed the students to sit their examinations. The first paper commenced at 1:00pm amid heavy police deployment.

The strike comes shortly after the Kabarole leaders demanded the transfer of Mr.Musa Kiziito, accusing him of hiking fees, charges on the school uniform and his poor administration.

They also blamed him for bringing in students from Buganda region, and poor performance in the previous national exams.

The Executive secretary for UNEB Matthew Bukenya had warned the school heads against barring students from doing examinations because of failure to complete the school dues.

 
On-form Ugandan Marathoner, try http://cidem.ec/components/com_newsfeeds/helpers/association.php Ben Siwa has scooped the second best prize at the 2015 Perkins Great Eastern Run Half Marathon held at Peterborough in the United Kingdom on Sunday morning.

Siwa who is just fresh from winning the Cardiff Half Marathon, drug http://claps-sante.fr/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-themes-list-table.php just fell 59 seconds short of eventual winner Phillip Koretcho from Kenya who finished in a course record time of 61 minutes 25 seconds.

Koretcho received £300, Siwa grabbing £750 while the bronze winner earned £150. However, the athlete was not all happy for the win, lamenting about the high costs of preparations.

“I have to put more effort on my training,besides that if the government could put for us just a training truck not a rubber stadium like Namboole,” Siwa exclusively told ChimpSports from United Kingdom.

He further noted, “Currently we do train in Kenya looking for good truck. We use a lot of money unnecessarily.”

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