Graduating from university is a source of fulfillment to not just the students but to their parents too, for all the obvious right reasons.
Anything coming in between such joy is undesired and the two parties are often fighting to eliminate the disappointment of not wearing the gown.
In a video shared by Daily Monitor, a parent at Kyambogo University confronted administrators inquiring why her daughter was unable to sit for her retake as planned before.
Identified as Ms Lydia Nandala, the disgruntled mother lashed out at the head of department where her daughter belonged, as advised by the Academic Registrar who could not help her out.
Her daughter, Patience Muyama, a student of Diploma in library and information science was initially scheduled to retake the paper in February this year after failing to graduate last December.
The paper was later rescheduled to May which would make it possible for Patience to graduate in December.
However, the department further postponed the retake to November this year, leaving her at the verge of missing graduation, again.
Ms Lydia Nandala is said to be a teacher at Nabuyonga Primary School in Mbale District in eastern Uganda. She is seen in the video questioning the ‘mercilessness’ of the in-charge.
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