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Bagire's raise from rags to save humble students
Publish Date: Jun 07, 2014
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When Robert Mwesigwa joined Buyanja ss in Kibaale district in 2009,he was determined to excel.After his admission to the school ,he developed interest in reading different materials to acquire a better understanding of what was being taught in class.

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