Over 13 Schools to Sit for Pre-PLE exams in Greater Pajule, Pader

A total of 553 candidates from over 13 schools are sitting the exams.

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 The Ker Kwaro Pajule has organized to set an examination that will prepare the candidates in primary seven in the region of the greater Pajule for the forthcoming Primary Leaving Examination (PLE) on 7th–9th of November 2023, starting with the briefing of the candidates.

The Pre-PLE Program of Ker Kwaro Pajule 2023 exams was handed over to the respective school heads by Rwot John Peko Lugai, Mr. Odong Philip the Secretary of education for urban council 3 Pajule Town Council and Okot Phillips Ongom, the Prime Minister Pajule Chiefdom.



Okot said that the head teachers at the respective schools received the papers yesterday, 2nd of October from Ker Kwaro Pajule Chiefdom palace that will be administered to pupils on Tuesday 3rd, and Wednesday 4th respectively.

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Chief Lugai II hnading over the exams to the teachers from Ker Kwaro Pajule Palace
Chief Lugai II hnading over the exams to the teachers from Ker Kwaro Pajule Palace
The head etachers pose for a group photo infront of the palace house
The head etachers pose for a group photo infront of the palace house

However, he revealed that, other three schools were added, and these include; Paipir P/S, Olworngu P/S and Apiri P/S who received the examinations.

Other schools include; Pajule Lacani PS, Pajule P7 school, Papaa PS, Lamogi Palenga PS, Wanduku PS, St. Joseph Ogan PS, Lanyatido PS, Paiula PS, Alim PS, Oguta PS, Gore PS, Lapul PS and Otok PS.

Mr David Lam Komakech, the Pader district secretary for education and sports confirmed the development saying that he got reports from the clan chief of Pa Luo about the exams; however he urged the organizers of the exams to notify them earlier for integrations into the district program for easy monitoring and guidance.



Komakech further applauded the Ker Kwaro Pajule efforts in strengthening the education sector, saying that the initiative should be extended to cover the entire district so as to help improve on education of the pupils.



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