Police Arrests 7 Students of Nganwa High School for Inciting Violence

Police Arrests 7 Students of Nganwa High School for Inciting Violence
The Territorial Police in Greater Bushenyi and Sheema, have in custody 7 students of Nganwa High School, Kabwohe for inciting violence, on the 9.10.2023 at around 10pm.
Police notes that It has been a tradition at the school, where S.4 students are beaten by students, from the rest of the classes, as a way of bidding them farewell.
This time round the S.4 candidates, organised themselves and attacked students from other classes that sparked off serious clashes among students within the school.

The police from Sheema responded and restored sanity at the school. The 7 ring leaders were identified and arrested.

These include; Nuwasharamu Prosper,  18 year old, (S.4), Andinda Roden, 18 (S.4), Nganzi Owen, 18, (S.4), Kato Timothy, 18 (S.4) Akandwanaho Allan, 19 (S.4), Nuwasiima Saul, 17 and Matama Samuel.

The student victims who were injured during the fights were rushed to Sheema hospital for treatment. 

It should also be noted that recently, S.6 students of Ntare school were all sent away from school over vandalising school property and poor behavior.

This is a caution to parents to take up their responsibility in grooming their children into responsible citizens.

"We strongly condemn these acts of violence by students and we call upon all school administrators to remind students of the importance of resisting peer pressure to act responsibly." Said Fred Enanga, Police Spokesman

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