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Ntungamo school expels 18 students

By Caleb Bahikaho

Added 4th November 2017 06:39 AM

The head teacher refuted the allegations on social media and other media platforms that the fight was ignited by the constitutional amendment.

The head teacher refuted the allegations on social media and other media platforms that the fight was ignited by the constitutional amendment.

 

A total of 18 students of Muntuyera High school Kitunga in Ntungamo have been expelled indefinitely from the school over indiscipline.

The head teacher, Stephen Atuheire said the school board of governors reached the decision of expelling 18 students on Thursday and their parents picked them Friday.

Atuheire said all the expelled students were candidates of S4 who are doing their final examination. "We have handed them to their parents they will sit for the remaining papers when they are coming from their homes," he said.

He added that they will not be allowed to have any meal at school or enter in any other room apart from examination hall after paper they will get out of the gate.

Atuheire said that this follows the decision by top management on 1st November after attacking their counter parts of S4, beating them seriously.

The head teacher refuted the allegations on social media and other media platforms that the fight was ignited by the constitutional amendment.

"It was not political at all instead it was started by S4 candidates who were doing examinations after stealing clothes and bags of their counter parts of S5," he said.

 "There was nothing like political of tribal fight here, only the major problem was ignited from theft of the property for S5 students by the ones who were about to finish examination," he said.

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