By: Weswa Ronnie
Bishop of North Mbale Diocese Samuel Gidudu has warned senior four candidates against engaging in malpractice and fornication as they start final examinations tomorrow.
The students will start with physics practical in the morning then Fine Art in the evening.
Bishop Gidudu sounded the warning today while praying and confirming more than 100 senior four students of Masaba Secondary school in Sironko District. Gidudu said that engaging in malpractice is a sin and even leads to cancellation of results which dents one’s future. He also urged the candidates to desist from fornication saying it could lead to early school dropouts and spread of the deadly HIV.
Hussein Wambede the headteacher Masaba secondary school is optimistic about a good performance because the students have been well prepared for the examinations.
Hasifa Mugide and Alan Mwawule are both senior four candidates at Masaba Secondary School. The two have told Elgon FM that highly motivated teachers, discussion groups and an equipped laboratory will steer them to success.