Students recently talked to Immaculate Chaka of the Children’s Times about what their plans are in 2008.
Niyonshuti Joe Jenkins, 11
I would bid farewell to everyone through a party. Since I like break dance, I would dance the whole day before dying.
Salim Manzi, 12
I like football very much so; I would play the whole day so that I get tired and die very easily. I would also eat every thing I have, sit and wait until I die so that I see what happens.
Uwera Shanice, 10
I would pray to God that he forgives my sins and I go to heaven. Then I would say goodbye to everyone.
Kalibuyeri Yvan, 12
I would not eat anything until I die because I need no food when I am dead but I would first play and pray to God.
Basher Shema Mohamed, 8
I would eat so much so that I don’t get hungry after I die.
Ngabo Romeo, 6
“What are you talking about?” For me, I can never die. It’s beginning of new term, what plans do students have for academics?
Delphine Mukundwa, 11
I will study hard and make sure that I finish in time my home work. And I send my greetings to my mother, father, teachers and siblings.
J. de Dieu Uwineza, 11
I always have difficulties in Elementary Science and Technology as a subject; I am going to make sure that I do a lot of revision in order to make it this time. I send my sincere regards to my grandmother who stays in Congo.
Sandra Karasira, 12
This term, I am so much dedicated to my studies; I will read hard, do a lot of revising in order to get good grades. My greetings go to mum, dad in Kigali.
Irisa Juliet Nyakwezi Laura, 11
I have a plan of reading hard and doing a lot of revising. I will also make sure that I read a number of text books. My regards go to my dear mum and daddy in Masaka, Kigali City.
Eden gardens children ready to excel
The Children’s Times, talked to pupils of this school. They say, they are ready to pass with flying colours. Special greetings go to their dear parents, teachers and schoolmates.