By Kevin Tuheirwe
Uganda Advanced Certificate of Education (UACE) examinations have kicked off without complaints in Kigezi region.
Mknewslink.com contacted heads of schools and associations for head teachers in Kigezi Region, who all confirmed that they exams had been collected in time and by 9.00am, students were already in their examination rooms and examination papers being distributed.
The chairperson of Association of Secondary School Head teachers Union in Kigezi Region, also a head teacher at St Peters Nyarushanje Secondary school in Rukungiri district, Zine Narasisio, told www.mknewslink.com that he had not received any complaint throughout the whole region.
The chairperson of Association of Secondary School Head teachers Union in charge of Rukiga district, who also doubles as the St Pauls Bukinda Secondary school head teacher, Johnbosco Ruhanga Asiimwe, said that all examinations were properly set and the students began in time.
Students have begun with Mathematics and history. The Kigezi high school head teacher, Steven Mugume said that all their 149 candidates turned up for exams and no complaints were registered.
Source: www.mknewslink.com a greater western Uganda news website