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NAMISINDWA: School Managers asked to desist from potential Malpractices

Namisindwa District School heads have been cautioned to be vigilant as primary seven pupils start exams tomorrow.

The call was made by Julie Namaara the Namisindwa District Deputy RDC while overseeing final delivery of examination materials for the District.

According to Namaara, 5264 pupils will seat for Primary Leaving Examination in 87 examination centres. She explains that UNEB has deployed 87 scouts, 87 supervisors plus 211 invingilators to oversee the examination in the District. She says security will have routine patrols to ensure smooth running of the exercise.

Emma Bwayo the Namisindwa District the Namisindwa District Male Youth Councilor asked parents to prepare for the pupils after exams. He says with Imbalu and festive season looming, there is need for parents to pay attention to the security and well being of their children in holidays.

Situma Mango the former Bubutu sub county boss asked pupils and teachers to believe in themselves. He says this will hit great marks which will restores the academic image of the District. In his success message, situma reminded pupils that they are the leaders of tomorrow.

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