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UCE RESULTS CELEBRATIONS 2019

By UTN Reporter

Following Release of Uganda Certificate of Education, UCE several schools turned to celebrate their victorious results.

Our reporter visited some of the school in Kampala and the nearby districts.

At Kakungulu memorial School Kibuli, the Staff led by the Head Teacher Hajji Buwembo Jamiru and Kampala District Khadhi Sheikh Hbib Luswab who doubles as the School sheikh held Dua Prayers to thank Allah upon their victorious results.

Hajji Buwembo Jamiru told us that the team work, trust in Allah and cooperation between the Parents, Board, and Non-teaching staffs enabled the school to get the better results.

Haji Buwembo says the School scored over 48 first Grades of the over 290 Candidates who sat for UCE.

Some of the students SSEKAMANYA Abdul Ratif who got 14 aggregates, Kawesa Gaptus with 12 aggregates attribute their success to Allah.

They commend their HM Buwembo who was always supportive during the hard times when we were financially unstable.

At Faiha High School off Gayaza Raod, the Head teacher Hajat Namakula Aisha didn’t differ much from her counter part of Kakungulu Memorial School.

Hajat Namakula says Faiha High School manged to get 42 first grades of the over 190 Candidates who sat for UCE. According Hajat Namakula the victorious results is attributed to team work, cooperation between teachers and parents.

Tugume Jesper with 15 aggregates commends HM, teachers and parents adding that he didn’t expect the result. Namugenyi Swagira with 18 aggregates to attribute her success to revision.

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