When varsities pass out graduates who aren’t fluent in English

Editor,I entirely agree with the author, Allan Brian Ssenyonga. When we get graduates from English teaching universities who cannot communicate in English, be it written or spoken, you know we are in big trouble.

Editor,

I entirely agree with the author, Allan Brian Ssenyonga.
When we get graduates from English teaching universities who cannot communicate in English, be it written or spoken, you know we are in big trouble.

This is exacerbated by the fact that the universities have given them high grades in courses which is rather comical, were it not so detrimental.

And attitude is another. It is one thing having thoroughly qualified people with an attitude and it’s quite another having people who think they are thoroughly qualified with an attitude.

Kefa Angwenyi, Kigali,Rwanda

Reaction to Allan Brian Ssenyonga’s opinion, “We can forget about devt if we do not fix our school systems”, (Sunday Times, July 21)

 

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