US ambassador motivates excelling JMS students

US ambassador to Botswana Earl Miller with John Mackenzie School students. Pic Boikobo Kanego
US ambassador to Botswana Earl Miller with John Mackenzie School students. Pic Boikobo Kanego

FRANCISTOWN: The Ambassador of the United States of America (USA) to Botswana, Earl Miller, yesterday gave four students who went to Chicago on an exchange programme last year a motivational speech.

Miller encouraged the John Mackenzie School (JMS) students who are all in high school to continue working hard in order to reach their aspirations.

The students Leah Pretorious, Tjanana Deurwaarder, Emmanuel Ramogaladi, and Leone Michael took part in the trip, which was sponsored by the US embassy.

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