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Schools in Butebo District under Museveni regime.




In Mainzimasa sub-County, Butebo district, stands Kawojan Primary School, a government-aided institution grappling with fundamental challenges. With over 1200 students, this school shares pit latrines among its 14 teachers. During lessons, students must sit on the bare ground, lacking even basic desks for writing. There is no kitchen, and consequently, no meals are provided.

This dire situation at Kawojan Primary School is not an isolated incident but a stark reflection of the broader educational challenges facing Uganda under dictator Museveni.

When we advocate for #FreeUganda, we must acknowledge and address these issues. Education is a fundamental right, and every child deserves access to a safe and conducive learning environment.

Improving conditions at schools like Kawojan Primary requires concerted efforts. It involves ensuring adequate infrastructure, including classrooms, desks, and toilets. It also means providing essential amenities like kitchens to support feeding programs, crucial for many students who rely on school meals as their main source of nutrition but of course such can’t happen under Museveni hence our efforts to depose him.

Education is a powerful tool for empowerment and progress. By investing in our schools and prioritizing the well-being of our students, we are investing in the future of Uganda. Let us join hands to #FreeUganda from these challenges and pave the way for a brighter future for all our children.

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