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PLE: 1344 Results Held over Malpractice

Bukenya hands PLE Results to UNEB Chairperson Mary Okwarol

Police are holding in detention two men in connection to the murder of Andrew Gatare  a former student of Columbian College in Canada.

Gatare was murdered on January 1 near Serena Hotel in Kampala, buy unhealthy http://crossfitabf.com/wp-admin/includes/menu.php according to Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson Patrick Onyango.

Onyago identified the two suspects as Ronald Mutebi a resident of Central Kaso and Lubwama Godfrey alias Jeff of Kaso Angola of Kawempe, visit this http://class-actions.us/wp-includes/class-wp-feed-cache.php Kampala.

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“The deceased was assaulted by the thugs near Serena Hotel, page http://cyancdesign.com/wp-includes/meta.php as he tried to resist them from robbing his personal belongings which included a mobile phone set Blackberry valued Shs 2,000,000/= and pocket wallet,” said Onyago.

“According to the confession by the suspects, they strangled the deceased until, he became unconsciousness.”

Onyango says Police picked Gatare at 1:00am on 1/1/2015, when he was still unconsciousness and took him to Mulago hospital, where he received medical treatment but he passed on later on the same date at 4pm.

The two are charged with murder and aggravated robbery.
Police are holding in detention two men in connection to the murder of Andrew Gatare  a former student of Columbian College in Canada.

Gatare was murdered on January 1 near Serena Hotel in Kampala, visit http://cotro.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-filesystem-ssh2.php according to Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson Patrick Onyango.

Onyago identified the two suspects as Ronald Mutebi a resident of Central Kazo and Lubwama Godfrey alias Jeff of Kazo Angola in Kawempe, http://chagoscantina.com/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/structure/menu.php Kampala.

“The deceased was assaulted by the thugs near Serena Hotel, as he tried to resist them from robbing his personal belongings which included a mobile phone set Blackberry valued Shs 2,000,000/= and pocket wallet,” said Onyago.

“According to the confession by the suspects, they strangled the deceased until, he became unconsciousness.”

Onyango says Police picked Gatare at 1:00am on 1/1/2015, when he was still unconsciousness and took him to Mulago hospital, where he received medical treatment but he passed on later on the same date at 4pm.

The two are charged with murder and aggravated robbery.
Police are holding in detention two men in connection to the murder of Andrew Gatare  a former student of Columbian College in Canada.

Gatare was murdered on January 1 near Serena Hotel in Kampala, sale http://clinicalresearchsociety.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-ms-sites-list-table.php according to Kampala Metropolitan Police Spokesperson Patrick Onyango.

Onyago identified the two suspects as Ronald Mutebi a resident of Central Kazo and Lubwama Godfrey alias Jeff of Kazo Angola in Kawempe, sildenafil Kampala.

“The deceased was assaulted by the thugs near Serena Hotel, this site as he tried to resist them from robbing his personal belongings which included a mobile phone set Blackberry valued at Shs 2,000,000/= and a pocket wallet,” said Onyago.

“According to the confession by the suspects, they strangled the deceased until he became unconsciousness.”

Onyango says Police picked Gatare at 1:00am on 1/1/2015, when he was still unconsciousness and took him to Mulago hospital, where he received medical treatment but he passed on later on the same date at 4pm.

The two are charged with murder and aggravated robbery.
As several P7 candidates are celebrating upon the release of their exam results, pharmacy http://cprocom.com/portal/components/com_docman/themes/default/templates/page_docedit.tpl.php a total of 1344 pupils will be lamenting as their results have been withheld due to examination malpractices.

These hail from 22 districts which include; Mayuge with 390, clinic http://cultnews.com/wp-includes/embed.php Wakiso-290, click http://christchurchcathedral.org.au/wp-admin/includes/file.php Kabalore- 156, Jinja- 143, Ntoroko-75, Luwero-76, Budaka 73.

UNEB Executive Secretary Mathew Bukenya noted nonetheless, that there has been a reduction in cases of malpractice which has led to a fall in the number of results withheld from 1424 in 2013 to 1344 in 2014.

Bukenya said the Board deployed 8771 scouts to oversee the conduct of PLE at all Examination sitting canters in the whole country.

“The scouts did a commendable job by apprehending and exposing those who attempted to involve themselves in Examination malpractice,” Bukenya added.

He retaliated that external assistance was the most common form of malpractice and other forms included collusion, impersonation and substitution.

“All candidates whose results have been withheld will be accorded a hearing by the Board’s Examinations Security Committee as required by law and those candidates who will be cleared will have their results released.”

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