Interview with PLE’s best; Ian Manzi

The Children Times was privileged to chat with the best pupil in the primary leaving examinination (PLE), 13-year old Ian Sekamana Manzi.

The Children Times was privileged to chat with the best pupil in the primary leaving examinination (PLE), 13-year old Ian Sekamana Manzi.

Q:What was the secret behind your success in P.L.E?
 
Manzi: I used to revise before the examination period. I also asked my parents and teachers anything I did not understand.    

Q: How did you feel after getting to know that you were the best?

Manzi: I was so excited and I recall praising and thanking God.

Q: What were your PLE grades?

Manzi: I got 95 in Maths, 94 Science and 90 in languages.

Q: What is your favourite subject and what would you like to be in the future?

Manzi:  I love Science and I wan corporal punishment t to be a doctor.

Q: What is your favourite dish?

Manzi: Chips and Fish.

Q: Your best hobby?

Manzi: Swimming.

Q: What do you love and hate most?

Manzi: I love making friends and hate making enemies.

Q: What would you tell your parents?

Manzi: Thank you very much for paying my school fees and helping me with my homework. 

Q: What of other primary children?

Manzi: They should revise their books before exams and have a good relationship with their teachers.   

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