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Budonians hailed

By Vision Reporter

Added 20th May 2008 03:00 AM

THE former chaplain of King’s College Budo has hailed old students for exhibiting continuous solidarity and discipline.

THE former chaplain of King’s College Budo has hailed old students for exhibiting continuous solidarity and discipline.

By Samuel Balagadde

THE former chaplain of King’s College Budo has hailed old students for exhibiting continuous solidarity and discipline.

Dick Drown, 90, who is based in the UK said he was overwhelmed to find members of the school’s alumni association united 43 years after he left the country.

“I am glad that many Budonians are still holding the school flag. I am proud my effort in this school is continuously bearing fruits,” said Drown.

Drown was on Sunday meeting former King’s College students at the school. He appealed to Budonians to always be upright in a bid to further the school’s glory.

Dr. Daniel Kyanda, the former headmaster (1971-75) said Drown’s visit to Budo was an indication of the love he shared with students during his service.

“Drown a teacher of Literature in English teacher and a chaplain. Fluency in written and spoken English among Budonians of our time is as a result of Drown’s effort,” said Kyanda.

Bakka Male, the school headmaster, said he would ensure that what was put in place by his predecessors is well-preserved.

Budonians hailed

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