Police in the eastern region of Uganda have arrested seven teachers for allegedly teaching during a Covid-19 lockdown.
The suspects were arrested in Iganga district during a joint operation by local authorities .
According to District Education Supervisor Baker Kasadhakawo, the suspects have been found, the students from the private schools they teach are being revoked because what they are doing is illegal, ”he said / p>
Authorities should take teachers to a local court to answer for disregarding a President’s Covid-19 policy.
In the meantime, Uganda’s crackdown on such renegade teachers continues .
“Even those who hide the students in fences while teaching are arrested because we all have the information,” he said.
Uganda recently launched the Covid-19 Restrictions eased measures under occupation on a decline in the number of infections in the country.
In a televised address last month, President Yoweri Museveni said that kindergarten, elementary and secondary schools will resume in January 2022.