Bobirwa JSS students urged to study hard

SELEBI-PHIKWE: Botswana Telecommunication Corporation Limited (BTCL) head of procurement and logistics, Boitshepo Puleng, has urged Bobirwa Junior Secondary School students to study hard to attain better results.

Speaking during the school’s prize giving ceremony recently, Puleng said that students should work hard to get better results. He said that students should understand that it is through hard work that they can attain the same level of achievement and success like other schools.

He said students should take time to reflect and get their priorities right. He also cautioned students to avoid indulging in love affairs with elderly people hoping to live a successful life. “Hard work and study are the only tickets to what you perceive as good life, not sugar daddies or sugar mummies,” he said.

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