I was born a teacher, says Davis Wamonhi

Who is Wamonhi?Wamonhi Davis is humble man born in Mbale Town in eastern Uganda. He was born on November 20, 1972. Apart from teaching, he is also an author. He is also married man. 

Who is Wamonhi?

Wamonhi Davis is humble man born in Mbale Town in eastern Uganda. He was born on November 20, 1972. Apart from teaching, he is also an author. He is also married man. 

Which schools did you go to?

I went to Masaba Secondary school, for my A-level then to Kyambogo University for a Diploma before making it to Makerere University for a Bachelor of Arts in Education degree.

Why did you choose teaching for a profession?

Teaching is something that is inborn in me; I remember I used to help my classmates by explaining to them some topics they had not understood. Once they passed, seeing the happiness on their faces made want to continue helping and gradually I found myself going for teaching.

When did you start teaching and which schools have you taught in?

I started teaching in 1999. I have been in many schools including Lycee de Kigali, Maranyundo in Bugesera, Kigali High School (closed) and Kigali International Academy before the name was changed to Kagarama Secondary School where he I’m  still teaching today.

How do you often spend your free time?

I don’t have a lot of free time, but when I manage to squeeze for it; I read books, watch world news on different TV channels and also spend quality time with my family and friends.

When was your happiest day and what had happen?

My happiest day was my wedding day. It happened last year in the month of August.

What’s your philosophy of life?

You can be anything you want to be, do what you want to do, go anywhere you want to go as long as you dream big and work hard.

Who is your role model?

I have two role models, one is H.E President Paul Kagame another is an American pastor named Robert scholar of the Crystal Palace Church.

Who is your all-time favorite author?

He’s a Nigerian author called Chinua Achebe

Any last word to students?

Reading is the key to all answers.

 

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