We have learn that the administration of the Head Teacher, Mr. Isingoma Patrick at Kyangwali Secondary school announced that students would start paying school fees through the bank. It was not specific what bank they would work with and when this new system will start from our reporter. According to Mr. Muhwezi Daniel, the founder of Ubuntu Trust, whose organisation is spearheading a plan to bring banking services near to the people of Kyangwali, he said he was happy with the announcement since his company would actually be able to step in an would with work with the school on the new development. He said in a statement, " Kyangwali ss has directed all their students to pay through the bank, this is a great opportunity for us to serve them as an agent in Kyangwali, I am looking for a soft loan or partnership."

Kyangwali Secondary School.

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