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Lakes state: Sudan school certificate exams begin


By Manyang Mayom

March 28, 2011 (RUMBEK) - The Lakes state three centers for Sudan School Certificate Examination started the exam period in Rumbek senior secondary school premise on 28 March.

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Chol Tong Mayay (by Manyang Mayom)

Rumbek has three centres for examination were attended by 531 students. The examination period will continue until 9 April, 2011.

Speaking during the opening of the exam period, Lakes state governor Chol Tong Mayay expressed confidence that Rumbek students will achieve high scores in the examination. He offered free scholarships to South Sudanese universities to students who achieve the best results.

Tong said “my message is that they should go to exam with calm brain so that are able to concentrate, the other is that they have to observe respect – they are lucky to be the last students sitting the Sudan School certificate and most of them will be accepted in a South Sudanese university”.


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  • 29 March 2011 08:05, by Jeti

    To all South Sudanese candidates, I pray for you and may God open your minds such that you pen down correct answers during your papers. Good luck!

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    • 29 March 2011 08:16, by Land-of-Cush

      Chol Tong Mayay

      You are better Dinka than Koul Mayang who countdown Jonglei teachers for almost two months. He don’t know as that is a big lost to Jonglei students in which many of them will not pass exams.
      keep it on man you look good among students in your Lake State.

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      • 29 March 2011 08:25, by Shuillk kingdom

        Land of cush,

        Let you contribution be positive.
        Hence,all the best homies,do your best.

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        • 29 March 2011 08:37, by Land-of-Cush

          Shilluk Kingdom

          I tried to be good and contribute possitives ideas for our new born country Republic of South Sudan but I/we fad up with our fellows Dinka people whose never thinks of betterness of other communities in South Sudan.

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  • 29 March 2011 08:41, by Malek Maker

    Bravo Governor Mayay,
    The courageous words you gave the 2011 candidates are more than material gift to them. May Almighty God hear you and give them better understanding of questions and answer them according to the examiners’ expectation.

    This year’s candidates are the brightest and I am grateful that they will all pass with flying colours and get governor Chol scholarship as he has promised.

    Wish u Success!

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  • 6 April 2018 06:49, by sudbis

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