Rev. Selevest Thembo, a clergy man in South Rwenzori diocese has called for prayers, confidence and hard work among Primary seven candidates if they were to succeed in the their national examination ahead of them.
Presiding over special prayers for Primary seven candidates at Buhaghura primary school in Rukoki Sub County in Kasese district, Rev. Selevest described hard work, prayer and self-esteem as major pillars that candidates should lean on for success.
Rev Selevest speaking……
Representing Mr. Gideon Mujungu, Mr. Steven Muthakengwa said that that the MP elect for Busongora south constituency pledges to support candidates with grade ones with scholastic materials, blankets, bed sheets and Mattresses as they join senior one in July this year.
Mr. Muthakengwa speaking……….
The school Deputy Head teacher, Mr. Hosea Marahi said that they were prepared for PLE but requests the education department to ensure that the papers are delivered to the hard to reach areas in time.
Ms Pioza Wasalya Pioza a parent and resident of Buhaghura two village thanked God for her children whom she says she keeps guiding on matters of discipline and the power of prayer despite some family challenges. Ms. Wasalya speaking…………
Most Primary seven candidates talked to, including Ms. Brenda Masika fronted the lock down over COVID-19 as the biggest of their academic year. END.