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Namugongo twins excel in PCM/E
Publish Date: Feb 26, 2010
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GEORGE Kakuru and Gerald Kato the former students of Uganda Martyrs Secondary School Namugongo scored AAAA in Physics, Chemistry, Mathematics and Economics and distinction 1 in General Paper.

The twins have maintained the trend of being the stars right from PLE, where they scored 4.

At O’level, the excellent performance earned them space on the front of Saturday Vision two years ago. “We have made it again. You gave us cause to put in extra effort because we wanted to be in the paper again,” they remarked.

The soft spoken twins praised their teachers, especially the head teacher Chrisostom Muyingo, for inspiring them to always aim high. “Our teachers did a lot to ensure that we got things right,” Kakuru said.

The sons of Veronica and Boniface Bamuturaki want to do electrical engineering at the university. Their mother appealed to the Government to give the star boys scholarships abroad.

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