Describing the absence of a girls’ boarding school in colonial Uganda as ‘Buganda’s broken arm’ just when boys’ education was firmly rooted, Sir Apollo Kaggwa, a chief in Buganda, requested the England based Church Missionary Society (CMS) to open a girls’ school at Gayaza in 1904.
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