Kajo-Keji health Institute resumes studies

By Gaaniko Samson Jerry

Kajo-Keji health training Institute which relocated to Arua West Nile, Uganda in 2016 due to the conflict in South Sudan has resumed normal studies after the closer of schools due to the pandemic in March this year.

Speaking to Juba Monitor Mr. Ondoga Emmanuel the Principal of the Institute said they have opened the studies for this year finalizing students.

Ondoga added that the school has been given permission by the district covid-19 task-force to reopen the training Centre.

 “Institute covid-19 Task-force was formed with the committee who will be responsible for all the SOPs activities in the school,’’ he said.

He said the school has put in place isolation center in case there could be any suspected cases.

Ondoga urged students who left to South Sudan to test for covid-19 before reporting back to school.

He further stressed that continuing students are not allowed in the school as declared by Uganda government covid-19 tasked force.

He called the students not to relax but continue reading their books as they awaits for next academic year announcement.

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