The word of thank to FJP programme participant and cordinator of this programme.
I would first love to say that I really enjoyed being here at Rhodes university together with an each every one of you, from different institutions and especially to the programme director Miss Mougisi, Mr Sim kyazze a lecture of cause to and others people who contributed to this programme, for us as second year’s students to have this opportunity. Secondly we gained a lot from this programme what I expected and unexpected thing that I knew taking them granted. From day one from the camp going there thinking that it just for fun, but I was surprised from what we done there and everything we done there was very related from the courses that I do at my institution.
From my experience here at Rhodes University through the FJP programme, this university is privilege with infrastructure or resources such as the lab just for journalist, studio for practical work, and radio station of practical work. From what I gained am willing to share it with my school mate when I get back to school.