Candidates asked to uphold discipline to avoid exam failure
The Bishop of Kigezi Diocese, Rt. Rev. Gad Akanjuna, has urged learners to incorporate Christian values and virtues into their lives if they wish to excel in both their academics and life.
Bishop Akanjuna made this call during the dedication service for Primary seven, senior four and six candidates of Kamuganguzi Primary School and Janan Luwum Memorial School at St. John’s Kamuganguzi COU Archdeaconry in Kamuganguzi Sub-county, Kabale District.
The Bishop advised learners that without strategically setting their life goals and visions, their future would present challenges, emphasizing the importance of building a strong foundation for their success.
Relatedly, in North West Ankole Diocese, Bishop Rt Rev Amos Magezi urged students of candidate classes (S.4 and S.6) to avoid engaging themselves in immoral and satanic behavior that may lead them to fail their forthcoming exams.
Speaking during the S.4 and S.6 candidates’ dedication service at Bigyera Secondary school in Ibanda Municipality, Bishop Magezi said that some students are addicted to drugs which may ruin their lives thus asking them to concentrate on books in these remaining few days.