School goers will have to find alternative entertainment following the ban of live music concerts in schools by the Ministry of Education and Sports.
The communication came through a circular addressed to both public and private schools,
“Everyone must always remember that the Ministry of Education is the custodian of the values and behavior of the children while at school, whether these schools are government or private…schools are cautioned not to hire or allow any of these artistes to perform in schools,” the August 1, 2022 circular reads in part.
“The purpose of this communication, therefore, is to inform all concerned to ban performances of this nature from school grounds. Clear guidelines will soon be officially issued,” the letters says.
The ban comes after Minister Sarah Opendi complained about Sheebah Karungi’s dress code while performing in schools.