My name is Trust HD Simukonda, I was born on 18th October 2005 in Nakonde at Mwenzo mission Hospital. I am from a family of two, one girl who is my elder sister and one boy who is me. I thank God for blessing me with my mother who has been supporting and mentoring me since I was born. My father left me when I was just four years old when he finished His final trainings in army at One Commando Unit in Ndola.
I started my education at Muwemba primary school of Mwenzo village when I was five years old because every time my sister knocks off from school, she used to give me some work especially mathematics this made me generate interest in starting school early. I just spent two years at Muwemba primary school, due to some family issues we shifted and I was given a transfer to Nakonde primary. Though it was so my grade teacher was not happy with my transfer because of my intelligence, discipline and commitment to school. Most of the times I used to be the best.
Nakonde primary school was an institution where I interacted with many pupils of different characters and experienced a lot of things because we were many because of its status being a government school. The concentration was low and resulted into the declining of the performance.
I was further transferred to Katozi primary schoo where I wrote my grade seven from.When the results came out , I was one of the outstanding pupils who got high marks and I selected at Isoka Boys National Technical Secondary School where I eve wrote my junior secondary school leaving exam.
Being brought up by a Seventh Day Adventist Church family of Christianity has made me know about the church and accepted its doctrines and believe its teachings. As a result have continued with the same church.
I like being with people who are social, friendly and those with moral conducts. Listening to music, browsing and playing chess are my hobbies. Becoming a medical doctor or an architecture engineer is what I dream of because ambitions do change due to some circumstances, but what have kept in mind is that “Nothing is impossible,” the word itself says I’m Possible.


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