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Agaba had a positive attitude

By Vision Reporter

Added 19th January 2009 03:00 AM

“I want to become a surgeon because surgeons are very few in the country,” says Emilly Agaba, the best pupil from Namagunga Primary School in the 2008 Primary Leaving Examinations.

“I want to become a surgeon because surgeons are very few in the country,” says Emilly Agaba, the best pupil from Namagunga Primary School in the 2008 Primary Leaving Examinations.

By Chris Ahimbisibwe

“I want to become a surgeon because surgeons are very few in the country,” says Emilly Agaba, the best pupil from Namagunga Primary School in the 2008 Primary Leaving Examinations.

Agaba got aggregate 4. She says she had a positive attitude towards achieving her dreams. She wants to join Mt. St. Mary’s Namagunga to pursue her career.

Her parents who are residents of Bushenyi town are both teachers but Agaba wants to change the profession in her family because she has seen her parents suffering with stubborn students.

“I do not want to suffer with students,” Agaba narrates.

“Before I did the papers, I was confused, because the papers were tough especially Social Studies and Mathematics,” she recalls.

Agaba attributed her performance to a lot of reading, group discussions on top of support from teachers and family members.

“I want to thank all those who helped me to pass,” she said.

Agaba had a positive attitude

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