I am a Ugandan who had some of the best years of my life at Prince of Wales/Nairobi
When I arrived in Junior House, my first shock was the military discipline. I remember some of
my prefects then: John Steed (if I remember his name correctly) always reminded me of a
regimental sergeant major; McDougall was always fair as was Tom Muchura. It was always a joy,
even when you were in trouble, to talk to Mr. Keon (Junior House Master) - do you remember his
In Nicholson, Mr. Fox (the Housemaster) had a great influence on me as did my other teachers
like Mr. Duckham (Maths) and Mr. Minns (Geography), both of whom were also my football coaches.
I fondly remember Mrs. Sale (English) who, sometimes, used to play Beatles songs in class.
I have never forgotten the words of "Lucy in the sky with diamonds"!!
As a House Games Prefect, I had a keen interest in all sports activities. I also played
through all the "colts" until I reached School teams in football, rugby and athletics (I held
the school record in pole vault). I was proudly part of the School football team (which
included a current Kenyan MP) that won the Kenya Secondary Schools' Football Championships in
After leaving School, I went to Makerere University, Kampala, Uganda. After graduation, I
briefly worked for Grindlays Bank in Kampala. In 1979 I left Uganda for further banking
studies in London where I have lived since. I have previously worked for a couple of US
investment banks, and currently working in the City of London with a top Rating Agency.
I am married and have 3 children.
(Registered - 18th February 2003)
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