Education is everything nowadays. You cannot qualifying to get employment without having professional documents such as KCPE certificate and KCSE certificate.
Furthermore, many teachers are struggling everyday to finish syllabus and implement curriculum to learners so that they can get good grades. Those who get good grades normally go to university and pursue different courses.
According to the source, one lady from Uganda is now full of joy after she struggled for some years to raise money to pay for her school fees. It has been reported that, Sharon made bricks and used the money she earned to pay school fees. She later passed her final examination at the Mutesa 1 Royal University in Uganda. She was pursuing Communication course and successful graduate.
These are good news and all students should be hardworking so that they can have a bright future.Furthermore, remember to sanitize and follow all guidelines from the ministry of health to reduce Covid-19 infections in the country.
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