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UCE stars celebrate victory
Publish Date: Feb 25, 2014
UCE stars celebrate victory
Kawanda SS candidates celebrate victory. PHOTO/Wilfred Sanya
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By Vision Reporter

Best formers in the just released 2013 Uganda Certificate of Education (UCE) results are in jubilations. A number of them are thronging Vision Group headquarter in Kampala to share their joy.


Our Data team will spend the whole night Tuesday digitizing the results, so that candidates can receive their results from our Mobile SMS platform 8338 by 6.00am on Wednesday.

To get results, Type UCE, leave a space, then your index number and send to 8338. We will charge our normal rate for information of sms - sh220. E.g UCE u0000/111 or UCE u0000111

For a more comprehensive coverage of the UCE results, get yourself a copy of Wednesday New Vision and keep glued to Vision Group TVs and Radio stations. On social media, our hashtag is #UCE2013

Hilton High School, Mukono stars attribute their good performance to hard work and support from their teachers. PHOTO/Juliet Kasirye
Central College Mityana front roll (L-R) Malimbo Kepher scored 16, Polly Peter Lubega 14, Marvin Wakubirwa 14, Martin Ssempiira 9 (centre) and Simon Kasawuli 10 celebrating at New Vision. PHOTO/Mary Kansiime

Atuhaire Tugume Tumwebaze (right) of Gayaza High School being congratulated by her sister Kyampa Ninsiima. She scored 12. PHOTO/Aloysius Byamukama

Stars of St. Stephens College Bbajja in Kalungu district celebrate victory. PHOTO/Michael Odeng


 Overjoyed George Lugoloobi of Kayenje SS gets a hug from his father Gerald Lutaaya. He scored 19. PHOTO/Rachael Nassuna 

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