The Education and Sports minister Hon. Janet Kataha Museveni has re-assured Buddo to investigate the social media reports on the King’s College Buddo administration that government is to quickly conduct investigation Homosexuality saga, so that with actual evidence the government can hold those involved accountable, Janet was at King’s College commissioning the reconstructed Grace House that caught fire in 2021.
The first lady Janet Museveni started the event by commissioning the newly reconstructed Grace House that was set on fire during the Covid 19 Period in 2021. This building was reconstructed with funds from the Budo parents and well wishers and currently it accommodates 300 girls.
King’s College Buddo, leadership led by the Headmaster, John Fred Kazibwe, noted some of the achievements reached by the college in the last ten years mainly in academics and sports performance. Kazibwe However Kazibwe revealed some challenges faced by the college which needs to be addressed, he noted out lack of modern science, these also reported to the minister challenge of land grabbers who are illegally taking the school land.
The Bishop of Namirembe Diocese, Kityo Luwalira in his speech condemned the malicious attacks by the some media platforms which is intended to spoil the image of the school it has reserved for many years, Bishop Luwalira also requested the uganda police to release the Buddo fire findings, so that the public gets to know the people behind these heartless acts.
The first lady raised a concern over the escalating Moral decadence in the schools in this country, which is supported by the foreign countries. She urged teachers to be good stewards by not allowing this vice to continue in the schools.
The Education Minister also assured the Buddo college management that the government is going to investigate the social media story on Buddo college Homo allegations against the school. She stated that those involved will be held accountable so that the victims get justice.
Grace House at King’s College Buddo was commissioned by Lady Irene Chwa on 13th, August, 1938, However in 2021 it was destroyed by the fire.
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