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Reverend’s son tops Bweranyangi junior school

By Vision Reporter

Added 18th January 2009 03:00 AM

“I thank God for what has happened. He has done it for me,” those were the words of Henrich Kamanzi, the best pupil at Bweranyangi Junior School.

“I thank God for what has happened. He has done it for me,” those were the words of Henrich Kamanzi, the best pupil at Bweranyangi Junior School.

By Chris Ahimbisibwe

“I thank God for what has happened. He has done it for me,” those were the words of Henrich Kamanzi, the best pupil at Bweranyangi Junior School.

Kamanzi, who scored aggregate 4, is a son of the Rev. Can. Byamugisha Benon, the West Ankole diocese mission coordinator.

Kamanzi is Byamugisha’s last born and he is the first in the family of six to score aggregate 4.

“I appeal to my young brothers to consult their teachers and listen to their parents because they encouraged me especially with mathematics which I did not like,” Kamanzi said.

He wants to join Kings College Budo and become a medical doctor.

Reverend’s son tops Bweranyangi junior school

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