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Ex-LRA spokesman shines

By Vision Reporter

Added 5th March 2008 03:00 AM

AFTER spending 20 years as the spokesman of the LRA rebels, Brig. Sam Kolo, has started a new life through academics.
Kolo, who was the best student in Alliance High School in Gulu, scored 15 points in the 2007 A’ Level examinations.

AFTER spending 20 years as the spokesman of the LRA rebels, Brig. Sam Kolo, has started a new life through academics.
Kolo, who was the best student in Alliance High School in Gulu, scored 15 points in the 2007 A’ Level examinations.

By Dennis Ojwee

AFTER spending 20 years as the spokesman of the LRA rebels, Brig. Sam Kolo, has started a new life through academics.
Kolo, who was the best student in Alliance High School in Gulu, scored 15 points in the 2007 A’ Level examinations.

Kolo, who got 5DDAE in History, Economics, Entrepreneurship and Geography, wants to become an economist.

He appealed to the Government and the donors to sponsor him and other formerly abducted children for further studies. “I and my nine friends formed a discussion group. I am happy we made it. I hope that the Government will support me and the others who need special treatment.

“This is one of the best ways for me to reconcile with the world,” Kolo said in an interview on Tuesday.

Kolo beat over 80 young boys and girls who had just completed their O’Level studies. The Alliance High School director, Joe Otim, said the open learning adult education section had 25 candidates last year.

Ten got four principle passes, while the rest had at least two. The Bar-Dege division LC3 chairman, Ocan D’Bob, was among the candidates who scored 10 points.

Ex-LRA spokesman shines

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