Kevin Claudia Kojoki, 14, completed her Primary Leaving Examinations from Adjumani Girls’ Primary School and has a dream of becoming a doctor in future.

However, she is worried her father, who is a cobbler in Adjumani Town, might have difficulty paying her fees for secondary level and university, in case she excels in O-Level and A-Level.

Kojoki said her father struggled to pay her fees in primary and is happy she got a first grade.  She obtained distinction two in Mathematics and English and credit three in Social Studies and Science.

“I had a target of getting Aggregate 6, but I had a lot of weaknesses in Mathematics. I improved when my father got me a teacher to give me remedial teaching during weekends. I also have challenges at home because every day I must do some domestic work, which affected my studies,” Kojoki said.

Kojoki wants to join St Mary’s Assumpta Girls Secondary School in Adjumani to pursue her dreams. Mr Richard Iranya, Kojoki’s father, said his daughter did not disappoint him with his hard-earned money Mr Iranya, who lives with a disability, said he is willing to work hard to support the dreams of her daughter of becoming a doctor.

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