For St. Kalemba Nazigoâ€™s Flavia Nakigudde, a change in her combination was the reason she performed well. Nakigudde used to perform poorly in Physics Chemistry and Mathematics, but changed the combination after one term to History, Economics, Geography and Divinity.
She scored AABC3, emerging the second-best at the Kayunga-based school. Nakigudde, however, upset her family when she said she had opted for a course in microfinance.
â€œThere is no way you will pursue microfinance. I would rather pay for you to study Law at the university,â€ said her elder sister, Cathy Namuddu, of The New Vision.
But the adamant Nakigudde said: â€œIt (Microfinance) is one of the most marketable courses and I will pursue it at all costs.â€
St. Kalembaâ€™s Nakigudde for microfinance