KCCA Schools Are In Bad Shape Says ED Jennifer Ssemakula

The Kampala capital city primary schools are still in bad conditions hindering quality education within pupils. This has been revealed by executive director Kampala capital city authority Jennifer Ssemakula Musisia while receiving Kyaggwe road Muslim primary school by Ambrose Twongyeime, site engineer which has been under renovation by government since last year. In her message presented by Hajati Kuluthum Muzaata, KCCA education inspection service officer said that KCCA primary schools are in bad conditions to provide quality education to the pupils leading poor performance, but they are closely working with government and other partners to ensure quality education, and learning environment. She notes that the renovation costed over UGX400M, and assured that since it is finished, the number of pupils within this school will increase from 300. Meanwhile Haji Muhammad Ssevviiri, chairperson school’s management committee urged parents to stop educating kids in long distant schools specifically nursery section because it is risky.

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