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Nakasero SS stars want become doctors

By Vision Reporter

Added 9th February 2011 03:00 AM

FOUR Nakasero Secondary School students are over the moon after excelling in last year’s S4 exams. Haben Bahta scored aggregate 19, Isaac Alaru, 14, Proscovia Nambi, 18 and Stephen Gai, aggregate 16.

FOUR Nakasero Secondary School students are over the moon after excelling in last year’s S4 exams. Haben Bahta scored aggregate 19, Isaac Alaru, 14, Proscovia Nambi, 18 and Stephen Gai, aggregate 16.

By Nicholas Kajoba

FOUR Nakasero Secondary School students are over the moon after excelling in last year’s S4 exams. Haben Bahta scored aggregate 19, Isaac Alaru, 14, Proscovia Nambi, 18 and Stephen Gai, aggregate 16.

The jubilant students, who were accompanied by their director of studies, Sam Tusubira, to New Vision offices in Industrial Area yesterday, were full of joy.

The students attributed their success to hardwork, good teachers and discussion groups.

“We excelled because we had good teachers and we also worked hard for these results,” Bahta, who wants to offer PCB/M (physics, chemistry, biology and mathematics) at A’level, said. He is wants to become a surgeon.

Gai, a Sudanese refugee, said his father, Mayen Gai, and teachers contributed a lot to his excellent performance. “My father struggled to look for school fees, so I didn’t worry about being chased away for fees. This challenged me to work hard,” he said. Gai plans to study PCB at A’level and medicine in order to offer free treatment for people in southern Sudan.

Nambi and Alaru want to offer sciences at A’level and become medical doctors.


The director of the school, Tusubira said that the school has performed well compared to previous years.

Nakasero SS stars want become doctors

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