Introducing Rev. Canon Caleb Twinamatsiko Assisant Rector and Headmaster


Canon Caleb was born and raised in the small rural comminity of Ibanda, where he attended the local primary school. After completing primary school, he went off for O Level studies at Musheruka Secondary School. During his four years there he served as Chapel Prefect, was active in music and sang in the Chapel Choir. Later he went on to join Bishop McAllister College to complete his A level studies and a Certificate in Theology at the same time (double training), after which he was ordained a Deacon.

Canon Caleb then went on to join Bishop Tucker theological School ( now known as Uganda Christian University) to do a Bachelor of Divinity. It was during his studies he was to meet and become close friend of Hope Asiimwe Rullonga who was also undertaking the same course. Upon graduation Caleb returned to the Diocese of West Ankole where he was ordained Priest, and Hope returned to her own diocese, the Diocese of North Kigezi, where she worked in the Diocesan childrens programs. Not a long time passed before Canon Caleb and Hope returned to Uganda Christian Univeristy to complete a post graduate diploma’s  in education. At that point Caleb returned to work as Deputy Principal at Bishop McAllister College and Hope began teaching in a secondary school. Within a few years they were married. Today they  have two children, a boy Tugaineyo Treasure (13), and a girl Kanoeli Trust(12). Both Trust and Treasure are in primary seven at Bishop McAllister Anglican Seminary.

Canon Caleb would eventually go on to complete a masters degree in Educational Administration and Planning. In 2009 he was installed as a Canon of West Ankole Diocese. After serving as Deputy Principal of Bishop McAllster College for many year, today is Assistant Rector of the College and Headmaster of Secondary Section. The College offers programs in theological studies, O & A Level Studies as well as Seminary Program of Primary and O Level Studies. Canon Caleb is an avid runner, for which much credit goes to the Rector.

 

Hope eventually joined Compassion International, where she was a Project Director for more than ten years. During that time Hope took courses in Child Development, earned a Certificate and a Diploma in Counciling, and topped it off with a Master’s Degree in Counciling Psychology. Today Hope is a lecturer at Kampala International University. Hope also is an active member of Mother’s Union

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