Kigezi High School 2022 UCE stars awarded Ugx 26M

By Nathan Bahangwa

KABALE- The Kigezi High school old students together with the well-wishers of the school awarded the 2022 UCE stars with a cheque worth twenty-six million shillings.

The cheque was on Sunday handed over to the school board of governors during a function that was held inside the school main hall. The money is intended to cater as school fees and upkeep for two years of A ‘level once they decide to go back for further studies.

Handing over the cheque to the school board of governors, Dr Gilbert Mateeka the Kabale district health officer, who spoke on behalf of old students commended the 2022 senior four candidates for revamping the school performance. He called upon the continuing students to work hard and maintain such good performance.

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The academic registrar for Bishop Barham University College, Aggrey Yesigomwe who represented the board of governors called upon teachers to maintain good relations with students to maintain academic excellence in the school.

The school head teacher Akampurira Abraham thanked the teachers, students and the parents for their effort they put in for the better results in UCE results 2022.

He said he is optimistic that such developments will increase motivation and hard work among students saying that the school is committed to hold such functions annually.

He has on special note thanked the old students for the big support they render to their school and has requested them to maintain such good spirit.

He has urged teachers at Kigezi High school and other schools to focus on the new curriculum saying that the UNEB will start to set it in the near future.

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Speaking to our reporter, Atuheire Blair who scored eight aggregates and Esther Abaho who scored nine aggregates both attributed the excellence to hard work, revision, cooperation between teachers and parents and praying to God. They requested the continuing students to work hard in order to maintain the good performance.

The 26 Million shillings has been sponsored by Mr Appollo Bwanahole, Mr John Akoragye, Mr Sabiti Apollo Bito, Mr Kabuchu Alfred, Mrs Florence Bwankosya, Mr Jackson Twinamastiko and Amos Nzeyi foundation.


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