Amin was important
Idi Amin Dada will always be remembered because he overthrew Milton Obote in 1971. Amin was a dictator and that is why he was hated by many people. On my side, I say that he was a very important man because he sent away the Indians, who had almost taken over our c
Idi Amin Dada will always be remembered because he overthrew Milton Obote in 1971. Amin was a dictator and that is why he was hated by many people. On my side, I say that he was a very important man because he sent away the Indians, who had almost taken over our country. He built many important buildings such as the Nile Hotel. He was also an important person because he brought back the body of the late Sir Edward Mutesa II. Amin was overthrown in 1979, by the Uganda National Liberation Forces. He then lived in Saudi Arabia where he stayed until his death. I wanted his body to be returned and buried in Uganda, and not in Mecca.
Moses Jemba, P.6,
Nateete Junior School
Stop being mean
Fellow children, learn this, you must not be selfish, but share with others. Please do not keep everything to yourself, as you may make your friends unhappy. Stop being greedy. It is bad to be selfish. No one likes it at all.
Seeta Parents Primary School.
Avoid sex as AIDS kills
Aids is a killer disease. People get this disease from many ways different ways such as, having unprotected sex with an infected person, getting in contact with the blood or body fluids of an infected person, mothers can also give it to their babies during child birth. AIDS cannot be cured. So we should avoid sex before marriage.
Ngobi Grace, P.6,
Buwenge Parents Primary School.
Take maths seriously
Pupils, please try to revise Mathematics because without good grades in it, you cannot get a good Secondary School, especially after Primary seven.
Namale Brenda, P5,
Namagunga Primary School.
I would like to ask people who chop down trees to stop. Deforestation can lead to desertification. This is because when trees are cut down in a big numbers, it reduces the rate of rainfall an area receives and this soon leads to desertification. Ugandans, you know that we are very poor, our government cannot afford to buy food for us, because of over-population, so stop deforestation so that we can receive reliable rainfall and grow our own food crops.
Yasmin Nila, P.7,
Nakasero Primary School.
Bad school meals
Meals at school are not good because sometimes the meals are half cooked. The meals are also not good at our school because sometimes the posho gets spoilt and the cooks cook this for the children, which makes them ill. I advise headmasters to care for the children at school, especially thosein boarding schools in villages.
Namirembe Boarding Primary School,
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