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Ex-Milton High students urged to give back

October 13, 2018 7:21 AM
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Former Milton High School students have been urged to give back to their former school so that it reclaims its former glory.

“Milton High has produced some of the great minds and great people we have today. For example the president of the National Reserve Bank of Israel is an Old Miltonian. If they could all come together and help contribute towards the development of the school we can undoubtedly push Milton boys high to great limits.

“Milton is one of the oldest architectures we have in Zimbabwe and it was once a first class school alongside Prince Edward but now it’s a ramshackle and our goal has been to rebrand Milton Boys High and return it to its former glory.”

He commended some Old Miltonians who have dedicated themselves to developing their former school.

“The school is in full recognition of those who have aided the school and so we offer our gratitude to all those who have helped us especially one of our former students, Mr Sasha Gomez, the director of the CONSHA Private Limited. He has donated $56 000 towards the sports department.

“Mr Gomez should stand as a leading example to those other boys who passed through our hands today. As our theme reads today we are calling in for participation by all for total achievement, let’s not rely on the government to do everything while we sit and fold our hands. Let’s be moved by his work,” said Mr Ncube.

Speaking at the same event, guest of honour Mr Thulani Moyo who is the director of Terracotta Private Limited encouraged students to choose career paths in their areas of interest and not because everyone else is doing it.

“Aim for careers that will bring you joy because you will probably enjoy the rest of your academic and professional life. I myself I’m a former Milton high school pupil and I’m where I am today because this is where it all began. At one point in time I was a Form One at this school. Today I’m a director of a company which is working on the multi-million dollar Egodini Shopping Mall construction project,” said Mr Moyo.

the late Dr Roy Katso — an academic and bioelectronics medicines specialist,


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