By Sandra Tumwekwase
Bushenyi Ishaka municipal school heads want the government to provide their schools with computers and other internet related gadgets used for registration.
The head teachers, explained that Uganda National Examinations Board UNEB demands pupils and students to registered for Exams online while most of the schools can’t access internet.
This was one of the concerns raised by municipal head teachers yesterday while receiving text books from Baryaruha foundation at Bushenyi Town School.
Ssali Hamidu Kyabalongo, the head teacher Prime Junior School noted with concern that schools usually get such services from internet cafes and this is likely to expose their passwords and confidential information into the hands of wrong elements.
Other concerns raised were; giving out iron sheets to some of the schools that are in bad state as well as increasing salaries for the teachers.
Textbooks were received by 54 municipal schools, both secondary and primary thus private and government owned.
In his speech counsel Marvin Baryaruha the founder of Baryaruha foundation asked for cooperation and teamwork from both government and private owned schools.
Dan Mugyenyi Kateera the municipal Education Officer assured counsel Baryaruha that Bushenyi Ishaka municipal schools shall continue to defeat Uganda in all exams through hard work but not by luck as some members of the public think.