PLE Results: South Sudanese excel in the Uganda’s Primary leaving examination 

Posted: January 21, 2019 by PaanLuel Wël Media Ltd. in Commentary, Contributing Writers, Junub Sudan, Opinion Articles, Opinion Writers

By Sally Nyalony Gatwang Riak, Kampala, Uganda


Monday, January 21, 2019 (PW) — Do what you can do best in silence and surprise the world. Who would think that someone all the way from a different nation would out complete the nationalist.

All the way from South Sudan to shine light. Juma modi alpha, a student from mildcare parents school seeds to brighten and light the nation. He gets four aggregates from a very long struggle.
Juma Micheal Taker, is a young star aged 13 plays and basketball.He with ten aggregates. The list is endless.
As for the girl child education isn’t left behind. Here is Sarah Nyaguande Poul, from kawuku parents aged 15, With a first grade. This strong and determined girl proves that girls are not only for the kitchen but can also out complete the men.
Riak Steven Deng, Antonio Thichuong Reath, ayak Margret Paul, Jack Lay Yual,Changkouth Abraham Tut,Dhol James Lie, Sunday Ding lam, Nyawide Nyang Ban, Nyagith wu Lion, Gatluak James Jiing are some of the South Sudanese that sat Primary leaving Examination (PLE)
The struggle wasn’t an easy one, seven years in primary plus 3 in nursery school.
Sleepless nights in school as they read with candles and go to school under rain. The struggle continues as at times no schools fees but the brain educates.
The displacement and trauma from home bends the little stars down. But the strong and well able intelligent humans don’t give up. With fresh minds frond had to bring the change home. Getting a four in a Third World country like this isn’t is.
Thanks to ministry of education and sports plus the schools like mildcare parents school, Kampala parents, green hill academy, the list is endless for the hard work to ensure that children get the best education.
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  1. SPLA OYEEE says:

    Can our countrymen in the authorities learn lessons from what the Ugandan government is sacrificing to get children good education? or are we preparing the public money to be in our pockets? Who will praise us and for what? and when?
    Thank you,


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