On Sunday 13th October 2019, the Greenhill Primary School, Buwaate campus dedicated its P.7 candidates to God.
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 (1st John 5:4)”, Bishop Muhima urged all Ugandans to return to God if they want their 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”. After this moving sermon, the Bishop went ahead to dedicate the 111 candidates to God and prayed for them to grow and turn into responsible citizens of integrity.
The lively service was led by the school’s staff choir; fluent Bible readings from Antonia Barungi and Joel Elepu. Joseph Nsereko the former Head Prefect of the school, delivered a memorable speech on behalf of the candidates highlighting their journey from the time they embarked on their primary school journey to date. The special presentations from the candidates could not also be forgotten as they showcased the candidates’ impeccable singing and dancing skills.
The service was concluded by a speech from the Rector of the school Mrs. J.V Maraka who thanked the parents for supporting the candidates for the last 7 years and the Buwaate campus staff for doing a great job as far as preparing the pupils to face their final exams.
The P.7 Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) will be written next month, with candidates briefing taking place on Friday 1st November 2019. Candidates will then sit for Mathematics and Science on Monday 4th November and; English and SST on Tuesday 5th November 2019.
JAVIRA SSEBWAMI | PML Daily Staff Writer