A lawyer, Michael Aboneka recently said that circulars and warnings will simply not cut it since they are not a law. Aboneka revealed that since there is no legal standing, private schools will persist and breach the directive since there is no consequence.
During the release of the 2022 Primary Leaving Examination results last Friday, Education Minister Janet Museveni announced the directive.
She said the cabinet had guided all schools maintain the fee structure. She said this had been passed for the third term of 2022 as the ministry awaits further guidance.
In the past, the government has issued such directives with no commitment from mostly private institutions. Erias Lukwago, the Kampala Lord Mayor described the directive as mere threats with no legal justification.
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