KAMPALA – Budding rapper Felista Di Superstar real name Faith Nanyanzi has passed with flying colours in the 2022 Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE).
Felista, a celebrity pupil at Kampala Parents School scored aggregates. Many pupils from the school have achieved marks in the sought-after division 1 and 2 categories.16 pupils from the school achieved 4 aggregates.
The 11-year-old Nawambye singer is among the 119 students who passed in the second division at Kampala Parents School out of the 410 who sat for exams at the school last year (2022).
291 other pupils at the school all excelled in the first division, a performance that has been described by Ms. Daphine Kato the school principal as a better one in the years.
The Primary Leaving Exam (PLE) in Uganda is the main government examination that all students sit at the end of primary school. The results determine the kind of secondary school a child will be admitted to.
Felista and her father Fred Nyanzi embrace last year at Kampala Parents after finishing primary leaving examinations
Felista who also had to face hurdles of lacking school fees was able to scoop a mega scholarship at Kampala Parent’s, courtesy of Ruparelia Foundation, and now looks forward to advancing her studies to post-primary education.
“Special thanks to Ruparelia Foundation, Mr. Rajiv Ruparelia in particular for the support and the scholarship to enable me to reach this milestone,” the sensational child rapper said after receiving her results.
Felista di Superstar was two years ago enrolled at Kampala Parents School under the Ruparelia Foundation Scholarship Scheme, where she joined another kid superstar Fresh Kid (real names Patrick Ssenyonjo) and the two have since then seen their academic levels rise to the standard.
“I would love to see her become a guide and inspiration to many young people out there hence, Ruparelia Foundation is presenting this young girl with a full scholarship from the Ruparelia Foundation to go to Kampala Parents’ School,” Rajiv Ruparelia the foundation’s managing director said in 2020 while awarding her the scholarship,
“We shall ensure you learn how to be confident and we shall make sure that all we offer you help grow your music career,” he added then.
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