Police in Kayunga district has arrested a head teacher,his deputy and a classroom teacher for stealing over 200 text books from a govenment aided primary school.
The Kayunga District CID chief Maliserino Mulema identified the suspects as Mukiibi Moses the headteacher at Nakakandwa P/S, his deputy Godfrey Kazibwe and Nampagi Abubaker a classroom teacher at the school,who is also the director of Good Hope primary school,from where the books were rescued,following a joint operation between the police and the office of the Resident District commisioner of Kayunga.
Asked how he acquired these text books to his private school library, Mr. Nampagi conceeded that the text books,which included those of Mathematics,Science,English and Social studies from Primary One to Seven were handed over to him by Godfrey Kazibwe,the deputy of Nakandwa P/s upon orders from his headteacher Mukiibi Moses,while some other text books holding stamps of Kireku C/U, Busaana P/S and St.Peters Lusenke primary school in Busana Subcounty where Mr.Nampagi priorly served as classroom teacher were also found stocked in his private school’s library.
Police also found out that Nampagi wrote the stolen stock of these books in the school’s Visitors’ book, where he never signed their receipt, instead of using the stock Issue register, in which borrowed instructional materials are meant to be registered and signed.
Last year,Nakakandwa Primary school which was established in 1987 got only one Second Grade out of the 53 candidates who sat for their PLE at the school,as opposed to Privately owned Good Hope Primary School,who received six(6) second grades.
The District CID,Mr.Maliselino,said the trio shall be fowarded to courts of law to answer charges of embezzlement and abuse of office.
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