By Our Reporter
SHEEMA, Uganda [SHIFT MEDIA] The Bible tells us in Proverbs 28:27 “Whoever gives to the poor will not want, but he who hides his eyes will get many a curse.” Giving to the poor will not only bless us but also ensure our own abundant provision.
Smiles filled Sheema Municipality, Sheema district when results of the 2022 Primary Leaving Examinations were released by the Education Minister Hon. Janet Kataha Museveni on Friday.
The joy was the excelling performance registered by Rwebiita Preparatory School located in Sheema Municipality.
The joy was echoed further by the founder and Director Prof. Dr. Mesharch W. Katusiimeh who said: ‘God’s word here is also clear if we avoid helping those in need, then we will suffer loss. Obeying God’s commandments will always bring many rewards to our lives, but ignoring them will also bring curses that will harm us.”
The fourth cohort of 38 candidates that sat the PLE saw 34 pupils passing in Division 1 and 4 in second division.
The best candidate, Akandinda Gliverson scored aggregate 5. Other excelling pupils who scored aggregate 6 included: Agaba John Baptist, Atuhaire Divine, Muheki Reagan, Taremwa Aubrey Divine, and Turyagumanawe Brighton. A total of 11 candidates scored aggregate 7 while 7 candidates scored aggregate 8.
Dr Katusiimeh said the school that was founded in 2014 was among the best performing in Sheema. “We thank God that since we started, we have been excelling, and we shall continue to shine,” he said.
A total of 6,388 pupils sat for PLE in Sheema District of which 3218 passed in Division 1.
“At Rwebiita Preparatory School we promise not to shut our doors to the disadvantaged and vulnerable with the potential to impact the world. We will inspire these children to be great,” he said.