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Nagalama’s Odongo plans to make money
Publish Date: Feb 26, 2010
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PAUL Odongo took advantage of the serene and quiet environment at St Joseph’s Secondary School Naggalama to emerge one of the best students with 25 points.

Odongo scored 1AAAA in History, Economics, Geography and Fine Art in last year’s A’ level examinations.

He wants to pursue International Business at Makerere University. His sisters Naome Sikhoya and Anne Ajok are lawyers.

He said he wanted to be different in his family since they already had lawyers.
Odongo attributed his success to his mother Mrs. Loyce Odongo, who stood by him to ensure that he achieved his dreams.

Odongo said the results came as big surprise to him much as he worked extremely hard for the marks.
“When you work hard you definitely produce good results. That is what I did,” said the excited Odongo who came on a motorcycle to The New Vision offices.

He thanked his teachers for their efforts in helping him pass.

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