ST JOSEPH’S VOC. H/M DECLINES TO SPEAK ABOUT FATE OF SUSPENDED STUDENTS
By Aggrey Twesigye
The Head teacher St .Joseph’s Vocational School Rev.Fr. Godwin Muhangi has declined commenting on the fate of his students following a strike at the school.
Rev. Fr. Godwin Muhangi told www.mknewslink.com that he could not comment on the matter that is before courts of law and police.
However, ASP Samson Kasasira the Rwizi region police mouthpiece confirmed to www.mknewslink.com that as police they have not any ongoing operation at the school
St. Joseph’s vocational School was temporarily closed on Saturday by the head teacher with the help of police following a strike by unruly students.
Students accused their head teacher Rev .Fr. Muhangi for conspiring with referees to disqualify their school after delaying them on the school’s assembly on Saturday morning.
St. Joseph’s Vocational School which was due to participate in the ongoing post primary Coca cola secondary School games was disqualified on Saturday after they arrived late at 09:00am for a game which was supposed to kick start at 08:00Am.
The unruly students thus stormed the offices of Arch-Bishop Lambert Bainomugisha whom they never found in the office at that time and decided to damage the school structures.
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