Children at Kabeza Centre School Talk about Reading

“Reading is the leading device of our future because if you can’t read you can’t survive but it requires a lot of work so that you can survive in this world in a better way.” Patrick Iradukunda, 13, P.6.

“Reading is the leading device of our future because if you can’t read you can’t survive but it requires a lot of work so that you can survive in this world in a better way.”
 
Patrick Iradukunda, 13, P.6.

“Reading helps you to learn new vocabulary every day. This helps us in our exams and in our daily life.” 

Belthra Nkurunzinza, 12, P.5.

“When you meet elderly people or little children who never went to school, it hurts when they tell you to read for them a letter or dial some numbers on their phone. Because you get to know their secrets.”

Brandine Abewe, 9, P.5.

“Parents who limit the chances of their children going to school should be punished because they are limiting their future.”

Honorine Kirezi, 12, P. 6.

“Some students are given school fees and they decide to use the money for other things; they should know that they are putting their future in danger.”

Andy Shabel, 11, P. 6.

“Students who are not willing to go to school should stop telling their parents to give them school fees because the parents can use that money for better things.”
 
Clet Nkuguzi, 11, P.6.

“Reading gives a lot of lessons, there is a small book called ‘Edition Bakame’ which has stories that teach children to be kind, to respect elderly people and protect the environment.”

Phiona Mukashema, 11, P.5.

“Different books that I have read have helped me in my life. Through reading get to know what is good and bad and how I can solve a problem without conflicting with my friends.”
 
Eric Sibo, 12, P.6.

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