By; Jjunju Francis
The Archbishop of Kampala Dr. Cyprian Kizito Lwanga has commissioned the two storied administration block and a new Primary Seven Class for St. Peter’s Primary School Nsambya which is his initiative to face lift Catholic founded schools in the archdiocese.
According to the head teacher Francis Ssenabulya the School founded by the Mill Hill Fathers a 111 years go currently prides in a population of 3,370 pupils and 60 teaching staff and the development has been supported with loans from Centenary Bank under the signatory of the Archbishop.
In his address to the School Dr. Lwanga hailed the school for the accountability and urged them to remain committed to the calling of teaching the young generation.
He also noted a number of challenges that affect the pupil and students’ education among them domestic violence, kidnapping, child sacrifice and neglect that must stop if Uganda is to have a brighter future.
On the side of the teachers Dr. Lwanga challenged them against indecent dressing that it destructs the learners’ attention as well as making the educator uncomfortable. He also urged them never to compromise the Catholic Church values and principles.
He later blessed 300 primary candidates who are to sit their primary leaving examinations this year on November 5th and 6th.