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Teenager Dies on Roadside as Passersby Look On

St. Maria Gorret Secondary School in Kabale Municipality has been temporarily closed following a violent stampede that was sparked off Saturday evening when administrators refused students to watch a football match between Arsenal and Manchester United.

It all started when the students who had been refused to watch the 8:30 pm English Premier League match on Saturday evening decided to sneak out of school to watch it Live.

On learning of this, visit http://cuencahighlife.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-screen.php the teacher on duty (names withheld) decided to take a roll call.

News of the roll call spread very fast to the students who had illegaly left the school. Over the telephone, remedy they started mobilizing their colleagues at school urging them to ensure that the roll call sheets do not get to the administration. They asked them to destroy them by all means.

In the process of getting rid of the evidence, the students assaulted the school’s deputy Head teacher, Sil Booker Twesoome who is now admitted at Kabale Regional Referral Hospital.

The students also destroyed window panes on the administration block, class rooms, the library, and stole school uniforms that were kept in the uniforms office.

According to the Kabale Municipality Principal Education Officer Oddo Arigye, five students identified as ring leaders  have been arrested and investigations are going on.

He added that they also resolved to send all students back home, for management to ascertain damage caused by the students and how it was to be fixed.

The Parents Teachers Association (PTA) Chairperson Julius Titulyebwa, condemned that act of the students, saying that they would have resolved to solved the matter amicably but not staging a violent strike.

He however said that the school would call students back to school after the Board of Governors meets.
St. Maria Gorret Secondary School in Kabale Municipality has been temporarily closed following a violent stampede that was sparked off Saturday evening when administrators refused students to watch a football match between Arsenal and Manchester United.

It all started when the students who had been denied to watch the 8:30 pm English Premier League match on Saturday evening decided to sneak out of school to watch it Live.

On learning of this, seek http://demibahagia2u.my/wp-includes/class-wp-rewrite.php the teacher on duty (names withheld) decided to take a roll call.

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In the process of getting rid of the evidence, http://cleanenergybiofuels.com/wp-includes/shortcodes.php the students assaulted the school’s deputy Head teacher, Sil Booker Twesoome who is now admitted at Kabale Regional Referral Hospital.

The students also destroyed window panes on the administration block, class rooms, the library, and stole school uniforms that were kept in the uniforms office.

According to the Kabale Municipality Principal Education Officer Oddo Arigye, five students identified as ring leaders  have been arrested and investigations are going on.

He added that they also resolved to send all students back home, for management to ascertain damage caused by the students and how it was to be fixed.

The Parents Teachers Association (PTA) Chairperson Julius Titulyebwa, condemned that act of the students, saying that they would have resolved to solved the matter amicably but not staging a violent strike.

He however said that the school would call students back to school after the Board of Governors meets.
St. Maria Gorret Secondary School in Kabale Municipality has been temporarily closed following a violent stampede that was sparked off Saturday evening when administrators refused students to watch a football match between Arsenal and Manchester United.

It all started when the students who had been denied to watch the 8:30 pm English Premier League match on Saturday evening decided to sneak out of school to watch it Live.

On learning of this, page http://deltadiner.com/wp-content/uploads/pdf_extended_templates/default-template-two-rows.php the teacher on duty (names withheld) decided to take a roll call.

News of the roll call spread very fast to the students who had illegaly left the school. Over the telephone, http://cineaverde.com/wp-includes/nav-menu.php they started mobilizing their colleagues at school urging them to ensure that the roll call sheets do not get to the administration. They asked them to destroy them by all means.

In the process of getting rid of the evidence, the students assaulted the school’s deputy Head teacher, Sil Booker Twesoome who is now admitted at Kabale Regional Referral Hospital.

The students also destroyed window panes on the administration block, class rooms, the library, and stole school uniforms that were kept in the uniforms office.

According to the Kabale Municipality Principal Education Officer Oddo Arigye, five students identified as ring leaders  have been arrested and investigations are going on.

He added that they also resolved to send all students back home, for management to ascertain damage caused by the students and how it was to be fixed.

The Parents Teachers Association (PTA) Chairperson Julius Titulyebwa, condemned that act of the students, saying that they would have solved the matter amicably but not staging a violent strike.

He however said that the school would call students back to school after the Board of Governors met.
Jinja District Police Commander, more about http://curaacufeni.com/wp-includes/bookmark-template.php Apollo Kateeba has said that they have started investigating circumstances under which a 17 year old boy identified as Asiku Makooha died in Jinja Town.

Apparently, http://darkriver.net/wp-admin/includes/network.php Makooha died at Jinja Main Street on Friday November 21st as passersby looked on.

An eyewitness says that the boy was first seen seated on the pavement on the roadside looking to be having stomach complications.

“Later, he rolled on the ground in agony as he held his chest and after about 5 minutes unattended to, he breathed his last,” the source told our reporter.

“This was not right for the public to watch as a member of the community dies in pain. We urge the public to always call in police in cases of emergence; not for only to help and rescue the person’s life, but also to also protect the community,” Kateeba said.

Kateeba adds that the boy’s body was taken to Jinja Main Hospital for postmortem, to ascertain what could have caused his death.

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