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Sitya Loss kids pass PLE miserably

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Thousands of pupils sat for their Primary Leaving Exams last year and Sitya Loss dancers had three children among themselves who were candidates too. These include Hassan Wasswa commonly known ‘Man King’, Anitah Kalule and Isaac Tumusiime.

Well, the PLE results were released yesterday and the three budding stars who have a made a name for themselves in country also received theirs.

Isaac-Tumusiime

Man King who is 13 years old and sat for his exams at Citizen Parents School got aggregate 20. Anita who sat at Kajjansi Primary School (13 years) passed in first grade with aggregate 11 while Isaac, aged 15, who also sat at Kajjansi Primary School years got 22.

Although they might not have excelled, they have been able to pass the exams and will soon be joining secondary schools of their choice. The performance can perhaps be attributed to the fact that they have had to put a lot of time in their dancing.

Anitah-Kalule

The three along with other group members form Triplets Dance Group but are better known as Sitya Loss kids because of the contribution they made to the track and Kenzo as an artiste. It is the first version of the Sitya Loss video that became a hit on social media as the most viewed in East Africa with over 24 million views.

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