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At least primary seven candidates in Katakwi district are to be relocated from 11 examination centres in Katakwi as a result of flooding. Seraphine Alia, the chief administrative officer Katakwi says that the decision to relocate the centres was taken after observing that a number of roads leading to the schools had been cut off by floods, making them inaccessible. Alia says that he was personally stuck on his way to Ongongonja sub-county where he had gone to assess the state of roads and to establish whether vehicles could easily deliver PLE exams to primary schools in the area.
Patrick Ongwali, the inspector of schools in Katakwi district says they have resolved to relocate candidates to more accessible schools. Simon Peter Amaitum, the LC III chairperson of Okulonyo sub-county welcomed the plan by the district to relocate candidates to accessible schools, saying this will ease the administration of examinations in the area.
The First Lady and minister of Education and Sports Janet Kataha Museveni has accused striking Makerere University students of being corrupt and allowing to be paid and used by opposition politicians to oppose government. The same accusation has been peddled by both police and Makerere University management since the student strikes broke out on Tuesday last week over tuition increment. Security responded with highhandedness, arresting several students and also raiding student halls of residence on both Wednesday and Thursday nights.
The brutality of the security forces has drawn nationwide condemnation from clergy, MPs, the American Embassy among others. Yesterday night, security once again raided Mitchell and Lumumba halls and violently arrested several male students. Gunshots and stun grenades blasts could be heard from the university till the wee hours of today morning. Now Ms Museveni says students are using the fees increment as an excuse to stage strikes so as to portray the government in bad light to the rest of the world because the 15 per cent tuition increment policy over the next five years was agreed upon by students last year.
According to Ms Museveni, opposition politicians who are getting funds from "unknown sources" are also paying foreign journalists to come and report falsehoods about Uganda. Ms Museveni also condemned the public, who, according to her are so quick to judge security forces for their alleged brutality, saying at all times, everyone is expected to submit to authority if they are to survive "punishment.