By Wilber Muhwezi
As pupils and students prepare to report back to schools for first term this year 2017, many have cried foul due to financial hardships that prevail in uganda today.
But for Rev Can Baguma Pison a 51 year old Anglican cleric, he has chosen to go back to school to attain an o’level certificate of education a thing that had itched him for many years.
Rev. Can Pison Baguma of whom we caught up with at St Kana international school in kasozi Nyabubare sub-county Bushenyi district attending senior one was in a jovial mood. He tried to cope up with his new with the children he can father/produce.
He vowed to accomplish his education and the fact that st kana is close to his home, he quickly stressed his love for God and all this is because of God’s will.
St. kana international school one of the international schools in greater Bushenyi opened gates today Jan. 30, 2017 for the start of the new term
According to the school Director Mr Naboth Kajungu he was overwhelmed by the opening day turn up saying that they received over 200 pupils on one the first day one and expects more in subsequent days
Kajungu added that not only there will be formal education but also other tertiary and vocational studies which will be taught at the school to provide students with basic skills and room to competitiveness in job markets of Uganda
Other vocational studies offered at st. kana international school include Tailoring, carpentry and joinery, building construction, computer skills, secretarial studies and many more.