Police To Hold Meeting With Student Leaders Over Rampant Violent Strikes.

By on July 16, 2017

Police in Gulu district will hold a meeting with student leaders of different schools in Gulu district to identify causes of rampant violent strikes in Gulu schools and how they can be solved.

The meeting comes barely after two weeks when students of Sir Samuel Baker School in Gulu Town and St. Mary`s College Lacor in Amuru district went on rampage protesting against their school administrators and destroyed school properties worth millions of shillings.

The meeting have been scheduled for Saturday 15th 2017. It will take place at the Gulu Secondary School main hall. And all secondary schools in the district are expected to attend.

The Aswa river region police public relations officer Patrick Jimmy Okema says the meeting will aim at addressing the rampant cases of violent strikes among students in Gulu district that have been witnessed in June and July this year.

He reveals that the meeting will find out causes of the violent strikes, their dangers and the roles of student leaders in peacefully solving burning issues among their subjects.

Okema notes that student leaders play crucial roles in the school management and monitoring behaviours of students because they are the immediate people who interface with them.

By Emmy Daniel Ojara.Gulu.

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