WAKISO – GrenHill Primary School, Buwaate campus have of Sunday, October 13, dedicated the P.7 candidates to God as they count days to their final exams due on November 4 and 5.
The Dedication Service at the school’s campus in Buwaate was presided over by Bishop Dr. Edward Muhima (retired Bishop of North Kigezi) who was the main celebrant.
Under the theme; “Everyone born of God overcomes the world(1John 5:4)” Bishop Muhima called on Ugandans to return to God if they want the country to change.
Citing massive corruption and widespread domestic violence and other vices like murders, Bishop Muhima said, Uganda whose motto and national anthem are premised on God’s word, needs to return to God.
He prayed for the 107 primary seven candidates to grow and turn into responsible citizens of integrity.
The lively service was led by the school’s staff choir. Antonia Barungi took the first Bible verse reading while Joel Elepu took the second reading. Joseph Nsereko delivered a speech on behalf of the candidates.
School head Mr. Benon Takirambudde then presented the 107 candidates to the Bishop for a special blessing.
GreenHill Schoola Rector Mrs. J.V Maraka thanked the parents for supporting the candidates for the last 7 years. She also thanked the Buwaate campus staff for doing a great job preparing the pupils who are now ready to face their final exams.
The P.7 Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) will be written next month, with candidates briefing taking place on Friday Nov.1. Candidates will then sit for Mathematics and Science on Monday, Nov. 4, and English and SST on Tuesday, Nov. 5.