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I am the oldest in our family. My father is a driver at Udzungwa. His education is standard 7. He did not go to secondary school because his parents separated and my grandmother lived like a widow. My father left school to help my grandmother. In 1999, he was employed in Udzungwa as a driver. That is the story about my father. My mother's education is standard 7, too. Because of her family's poverty, she could not continue her studies. Later, she married my father. As for me, if I get the chance of education, I will not let it go. I believe a golden chance never comes twice. I love orphans more than anything and if I become a doctor, I will help them get a better education.

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happy new year 2019
Hi Mr. Amos,
It is my hope that you are doing well with your activities as i do.I am really grateful as i am to enter my Form Two National Exams by tomorrow.I am expecting the best results as i prepared enough.
Moreover i am in need of getting the advise from you on how to spend my holiday at home.Looking forward to hear from you and i wish you a marvelous evening!!!!!!
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