A head teacher of a government primary school says to the P7 teacher that he needs his pupils to bring in 2000 Ugandan shillings each for PLE registration (end of year exams). The teacher tells the students in his class that they need to bring in 2500 shillings for PLE registration. A child goes to his mother and says he needs 3000 shillings for PLE registration. Then the wife goes to her husband and says she needs 4000 shillings for their child’s PLE registration.

When the child’s father later visits the school he asks the office for a receipt and questions why the receipt is for 2000 shillings when he paid 4000 shillings.

True story from a Ugandan primary school. This is how thick corruption has spread…

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