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Photos: Over 60 Nabisunsa students graduate with diplomas in French language

Man Jose Kayima

A total of 65 students from Nabisunsa Girls’ Secondary School have graduated with DELF diplomas in the French language from the French Ministry of Education after attaining proficiency in the language.

The graduands

The graduands were rewarded with certificates, prizes from Airtel at the function that was graced by Tracol Lea attaché for culture and Education, Karim Chwinyly coordinator DELF Program alliance France, Human Resource director Airtel Flavia Lwanga and Nabisunsa Girls Secondary School Headteacher Hajjati Zulaika Nabukeera Kabuye.

Micheal Kushemererwa French language teacher at Nabisunsa Girls was also rewarded

DELF which stands for Diplôme d’Etudes en Langue Française are official qualifications awarded by the French Ministry of Education to certify the competency of candidates from outside France in the French language.

Headteacher Hajjati Zulaika Nabukeera Kabuye welcomes Tracol Lea attaché for culture and Education.

Abdul Malik Sserwadda, son to the Headmistress was the only male graduand and the rest were girls.

Abdul Malik Sserwadda was the only male graduand 

Nabisunsa Girls’ Secondary is a Muslim based school close to 70 years and located around Banda in Kampala. It nurtures Girls across all professions.

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