How did you spend Christmas and New Year’s Eve? Did you have a good time?
I spent Christmas with my family at home. We were very happy, we enjoyed Christmas together as a family. We played games and we had lot of fun. We cooked with my cousins and aunt. Also we were celebrating my late grandma’s birthday on Christmas day. It was a big day in my home. I spent New Year’s Eve with my friends it was also fun.
Did you get your final results? How were they?
I have my final results but I didn’t pass all my modules. I failed one module.
What difference did the Kulu Manzi scholarship make for you?
Kulu Manzi scholarship played a huge role in my life, because no one in my family would have been able to afford my school fees.
What are your plans for next year?
I planned to continue my studies, but unfortunately things didn’t go my way academically. Now have to do the module I failed and keep on looking for a job.
What were your key learnings and achievements in the past year?
I learned a lot of things last year football wise, academically and personally. I have two certificates, one for First Aid and one for learners license. In December we played a USSA games and I was the top goal scorer of the tournament and I was awarded.
Did the scholarship fulfill your expectations? What was good/not good? What could we have done better?
The Scholarship fulfilled my expectation 100%. It did good for me and I appreciate that. You did everything well.
Would you recommend the scholarship to other students?
Yes I would recommend the scholarship to other students.
Anything else you like to share?
I would like to thank you so much for having me in the Kulu Manzi family. You changed my life. You gave me hope, you lightened my future. I was pushing so hard to pass all my modules, because I didn’t want to disappoint you and I wanted you to see that I’m the right person you chose for the scholarship. Unfortunately I failed one module and it hurts.