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EA Integration Key for Development – William Ruto

Kenya's Vice President William Ruto on Thursday paid a courtesy call to President Museveni.

Over 700 students of Kigezi High School in Kabale district have been sent home and the school closed until further notice following a violent strike.

The riot was sparked by the school administration which on Wednesday morning dismissed a number of fees defaulters, check http://clark-illustration.com/wp-content/plugins/wp-super-cache/plugins/dynamic-cache-test.php who however refused to vacate the school premises.

On Thursday morning, here http://christlutheran.org/wp-admin/includes/class-bulk-plugin-upgrader-skin.php the head teacher Stephen Mugume called in police to force them out, ailment which incensed the rest of the students. These refused to enter the classrooms and joined their colleagues outside.


Police deployed heavily to get the students out of the school premises 

Realizing that the situation was getting out hand, the school’s chairperson board of governors Rev. Dr. Medard Rugyendo intervened and ordered all students to go home, save for the S4 class which commences the final UCE exams on Monday.

Rev. Rugyendo told reporters that they were left with no choice, especially that students didn’t want to pay their fees.

“We were confused; about 60 percent  of them have not paid the dues,  so we decided that  they  all go home and we shall sit and  decide on the next step,”  Said Dr. Rugyendo.

However, some of the students that our reporter talked to said that they were tired of their head teacher Stephen Mugume, who they accused of mismanaging the school affairs.

This is the third strike at the school this year, where in the previous one held last term, S6 students went on rampage, accusing their S4 counterparts of putting on trousers instead of their khaki shorts.

Kenya’s Vice President, website like this http://coronaextra.com.au/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/nextgen_basic_gallery/adapter.nextgen_basic_gallery_mapper.php William Ruto has re-echoed the need for East African Integration if the region is to achieve development.

Hon. Ruto said that there is need to have a bigger market for all the goods produced in region and that is possible with unity among the countries.

“We need to look at a greater market by uniting the East African community and COMESA and not focus on small issues like that of whether sugar should come into Kenya from Uganda, sales http://davepoulin.ca/wp-includes/class-wp-user-meta-session-tokens.php ” he said.

Ruto made these remarks while speaking at the 17th National Prayer Breakfast at Hotel Africana on Thursday.

He further said that Kenya is committed to the East African Common Market where goods should find themselves freely in different markets in the region.

“We should learn from other markets in Europe and Asia. There is need to remove the non-tariff barriers for us to trade with each other because that is where progress is, http://cjr.edu.mx/components/com_k2/models/itemlist.php ” Ruto emphasized.

Ruto revealed that the energy sector is key for development in the region adding that Kenya is now producing 600 megawatts of power which will increase to 5000 megawatts in the next five years.

He also said that by 2019, the standard gauge railway will have reached Malaba which will reduce the cost of transporting goods by 70 percent.

President Yoweri Museveni on his part called for unity among African states so that the continent speaks with one voice on the international scene.

Kenya’s Deputy also paid Museveni a courtesy call at State House.

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