New KPS Prefect Body Vow To Fight Indiscipline  

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The new KPS 45 strong member prefect body pose for a memorable group photo outside main hall with their teachers and Principal Daphane Kato extreme right.

By Kitts D.Mabonga

The new Kampala parents’ school head boy Sebagala Imran has vowed to crush all pupils that indulge in acts of indiscipline saying he is determined to ensure that the school regains its glory as the city Premier academy.

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Sebagala Imran swearing in as new head boy KPS 2019

He made the remark shortly after swearing in as the new school head boy recently who thanked the voters for entrusting him with mandate to help rebuild the school back to its original glory as the city premier academy and pledged to work with the administration to achieve the best.

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Anena Elsie Popiro the new head girl taking her oath of office recently.

Sebagala who shocked parents revealed that it was his first time to contest for such a post in the school and that what prompted him was the continued acts of indiscipline by pupils saying he would crush all perpetrators of the vice.

The new head girl Anena Elsie Popiro in her brief remarks commended the school for creating such a platform were pupils are given opportunity to learn issues of administration and leadership saying it shapes them for future leadership tasks.

Eng. John Opiro the  Eleqtra Ltd Regional manager East Africa who  was chief guest congratulated the new team  saying they should leave up to the task of serving their school and ensure that they promote unity in diversity among the pupils for effective best networking practices.

He observed that the new team has the responsibility of ensuring that they guide their colleagues to  do  the right things at all times  while both in the class and outside the classroom adding that as parents and entire community, they have strong hope that they would deliver on their campaign promises.

The school Principal Daphine Kato thanked the new team of 45  for carrying out clean and bribery  free campaigns saying they should cultivate that culture of avoiding acts of corruption, bribery and ill deeds as they may in future taint their image and reputation.

Both the outgoing head boy and head girl Tumwesigye Micah and  Atukunda Elezabeth thanked the school administration for the opportunity of serving their school saying the experience garnered would help them to make positive  decisions in future.

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