Lugulu Boarding pupils elect leaders;school head lauds process

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Lugulu Boarding Primary School pupils during the election process
Lugulu Boarding Primary School pupils during the election process
More than 1,400 pupils of Lugulu Boarding primary school lined up to elect their school leaders in a democratic process. Before the voting, those who were vying or different positions were given the chance to outline their manifesto by the school’s head of Social Studies Mr. Samuel Amuga.
Deputy president Britney Amusolo taking oath of office
Deputy president Britney Amusolo taking oath of office

Afterwards, the Lugulu Boarding primary school pupils queued and elected their school president, deputy president, the speaker and the deputy speaker, in an exercise that took more than three hours. The school head teacher Mr. Patrick Wangatia lauded the exercise and thanked the teachers for organizing the exercise. He added that the pupils were happy to be given a chance to exercise their constitutional right.

The school headteacher Mr. Patrick Wangatia addressing media in the office
The school headteacher Mr. Patrick Wangatia addressing media in the office

He said that during the pupils’ campaign period, they noted what the children raised as pertinent issues and what was lacking and that as the administration they’ll move to correct the issues and support the elected leadership, which will serve for a one year term.