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He is the pioneer head boy of Riviera High School. He showed exemplary leadership skills during his tenure and today he at a university studies in Kenya. TEEN TIMES is proud to hookup with Fundufe Serge.
Fundufe Serge
Fundufe Serge

He is the pioneer head boy of Riviera High School. He showed exemplary leadership skills during his tenure and today he at a university studies in Kenya. TEEN TIMES is proud to hookup with Fundufe Serge.
 
Tell us about your years at Riviera High School?

I was among the pioneer students and we were very few but the school was really nice. I liked it.
 
What was your experience as a head boy?

It was very challenging because the school was starting and we had to set a certain standard, which would enable us to compete with the best schools in the region.
 
What is the difference between university and high school?
At university, you have more freedom and a chance to try out more choices in life that one cannot get while in high school.
 
What do you miss about high school?

I miss my friends. The world has thrown us in different places. I miss addressing assemblies and I miss the food. (Laughs)
 
Who is your role model?

I loved Bismarck because he was a diplomat. There is a way he used to do things that you can not find in today’s statesmen.
 
Do you have a girlfriend?

Well, I cannot answer that since its a very sensitive question in public. I would prefer if we left it answered. 
 
When did you have your first crush?

I was in primary two. I was crazy about some girl in my class.
 
Where do you see yourself ten years from now?

I see myself working in the United Nations because that’s where I can reach out to everyone.
 
Final message?

I want to encourage every young person to aim higher so that they reach their full potential.

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