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Monday, December 3, 2018 - 15:04
The primary leaving candidates upon their conclusion of national exams told Don Bosco Radio that they have realized education’s routes are bitter, but its fruits are the sweeter.
 
Augustino Bol one of the students from Bongo Primary School appreciates his parents for supporting his education.
 
He also begs them to continue supporting him in the secondary school.
 
The learner appreciates God the almighty for letting them finish their exams peacefully.
 
Bol mentions that his next plan is to engage in business so as to earn school fees for 2019.
 
Christina Angeth John, another candidate from Don Bosco Primary expresses her deepest happiness for completing primary eight successfully.
 
She appreciates all teachers who taught her right from primary one.
 
Angeth reveals that some subjects like Mathematics and English were too tough for her due to lack of proper preparation.
 
The challenge encountered was lack of school fees which delayed her studies, she complains.
 
Moses Mabior from Academic School advises the outgoing candidates to avoid negative ideas like hoping to get married as the next priority after their completion of primary.
 
He encourages his fellow students who may fail the exams to repeat class without fear or surrender.
 
Primary Leaving Examinations that started on Monday concluded on Friday.
 

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