A school in Masaka has refused to allow students to go back home even after President Museveni giving an order, they say they need them to first clear their school fees.
President Museveni ordered all schools to close for 42 days starting on Monday June 7th with inter district transportation banned, the students were given up to Wednesday June 9 to travel back home.
Starting on Thursday June 10, only emergency and vehicles transporting goods will be allowed to travel from one district to another. However some parents in Masaka district are stranded as KY primary is only releasing students who have zero school fees balance.
“Parents stranded as Masaka School refuses to let students go without clearing all school fees to zero.KY primary school has held onto the children as collateral security against their will for the last two days,” posted NBS’s Daniel Lutaaya.
Parents stranded as Masaka school refuses to let students go without clearing all school fees balances to Zero.— Daniel Lutaaya (@DanielLutaaya) June 8, 2021
KY Primary school has held onto the children as collateral security against their will for the last 2 days.
Mpozi what is the definition of kidnapping??#NBSUpdates pic.twitter.com/RCN0RNZVqq