By; Francis Jjunju

The second vicar general Kampala Archdiocese Msgr. Dr. Lawrence Ssemusu has urged students to be focused so as to achieve success at and after school.

Officiating at the celebrations of the Patron Saint’s day of St. Peter’s SSS Nsambya Msgr. Ssemusu said many students resort to coupling, alcoholism and drugs leading to absenteeism and poor performance at school.

He said Catholics and schools should learn and emulate the works of their patron saints citing St. Peter the rock that excelled in faith; work and understanding that he won God’s favor.

Msgr. Ssemusu confirmed 8 students and commissioned the new prefects’ body with a reminder to seek wisdom through the Holy Spirit.

St. Peter’s SSS Nsambya has was started by the Mill hill fathers 110 years ago first as a single boy’s school but was along the way turned into a mixed school to serve the surrounding community effectively. It currently has slightly above 2000 students.

The head teacher Mr. Remegius Mungere Mubiru hailed the support from the Catholic Church the owners and the parents for the corroboration that has helped them to improve on the performance

Monday 17th July 2017 10:00:34 PM