Fresh Kid Kampala Parents School
Fresh Kid scores high in Kampala Parents School End of Term exams. Photo/Facebook

Rapper Fresh Kid scores high in Kampala Parents School End of Term exams

Fresh Kid real names Patrick Ssenyonyi, a Ugandan based rapper very young as he is has not only excelled in his music career but excellently performed at Kampala Parents school as per this terms school results.

Fresh Kid who studies at Kampala Parent’s School (KPS), one of Uganda’s top schools was announced by the school administration as one of the best pupils in his class Primary two (P.2).

The young talent was emerged the best in stream P.2K but not in the whole P.2 Class, proving funs and Minister of Youth and Children, Florence Nakiwala Kiyingi who once said that Fresh Kid should stop singing and concentrate on his studies because it could affect his education.

Esther Mulwana, the Deputy Principal of Kampala Parents School noted that as a result of his performance, Fresh Kid is promoted to Primary three (P.3) class which begins early next year in 2020.

“It is true that Fresh Kid emerged as one of the best performers. However, he topped his stream, P.2K but not the entire P.2 Class,” Esther Mulwana said.

Now his fans via different social media platforms have thanked Fresh Kids Father, who also became a singer after his son assumed fame stage name Fresh Dad for supervising his son and encouraging him to finish up his schoolwork each day.

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According to reports, Fresh Kid’s father has been so strict on his son as regards to school work and made sure he does all his homework in addition to reviewing his school work.

In the school’s administration remarks, Fresh Kid is a good boy and attentive in class ever since he joined Kampala Parent’s School in May this year.

He joined Kampala Parents school after Ruparelia Foundation boss, Rajiv Ruparelia through his charity arm, offered Fresh Kid 100% scholarship to study until he completes Primary Seven.