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Vision pullouts helped me

By Vision Reporter

Added 21st January 2007 03:00 AM

I am not myself, I cannot explain how I feel. I have been in the church to thank God for my grandson’s success. Those were the words of Ida Ssebwato, grandmother to Jonathan Kamoga, one of the top PLE candidates at Mother Majeri Primary School, Kirinya.

By Madinah Tebajjukira

I am not myself, I cannot explain how I feel. I have been in the church to thank God for my grandson’s success. Those were the words of Ida Ssebwato, grandmother to Jonathan Kamoga, one of the top PLE candidates at Mother Majeri Primary School, Kirinya.

“His mother died when he was two months, and I became the mother since then. Oh God! You’re great,” said Ssebwato expressing joy over the stunning performance of her grandson, who scored aggregate 4 in last year’s PLE.

Overwhelmed, Kamoga (held by his grandmother) thanked The New Vision for initiating the PLE pullouts, which he said helped him improve on social studies, where he was very weak.

“I was among the pupils who performed poorly in social studies, but your questions helped me so much. I appeal to other pupils to ask their parents to buy the newspaper because most of the questions which where in the pullouts appeared in the exams,” said the soft-spoken 12-year old.

Kamoga’s favourite subject is English and he wants to become a doctor.

Born to Nsole Matovu, the Nakasongola District Service Commissioner, Kamoga said he would join Kibuli SS for his O’Level.
Out of 71 candidates that sat at Mother Majeri, 66 pupils got first grade and five obtained grade two.

Vision pullouts helped me

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