VP Alupo Preaches Innovation at King Ceasor University Graduation

The Vice President, Jessica Alupo has appealed to graduates to be innovative to provide solutions to the society challenges.

Alupo, who attended the second graduation ceremony at King Ceasor University as the guest of honor on Tuesday, told the successful students to remain focused and become great people of society as well as innovators in the near future.

“Ladies and gentlemen, you are the generation that will take the technology of today to new and dizzying dimensions. You are the ones who will bring solutions to environmental concerns like global warming, conservation of natural resources, and development of alternative energy sources,” she said.

She revealed that the government is ready to partner with the institution to access more course accreditations from the National Council for Higher Education (NCHE)

“The government is in its final stages of the process of granting a charter to King Ceasor University. Mr Chancellor and all distinguished guests present, the government will keep supporting the institution colleges through partnerships with government agencies like Ministry of Education and sports and ministry of health,” said Alupo.

The university today graduated 61 doctors, 44 clinicians, 40 lawyers, 15 entrepreneurs,5 mineral engineers, 11 agriculturalists and 14 cybersecurity specialists. The total number of graduates were 188; 82 females and 106 males.

King Ceasor University received the interim letter of Authority in 2009, and a provisional license two years later.

They held their first graduation virtually due to the outbreak of the Covid19 pandemic.

Mr Augustus Mulenga, the Chancellor of the university urged the students to remain in the spirit of togetherness as they exhibited at the university and be creative to solve the problems of joblessness in the Country.

“Let’s institutionalize ‘KIBALO’ in our life journeys, 10 medical students could come together to establish a clinic, 10 Agriculturalists could start a farm on one acre, 10 lawyers could start a law firm… the Presidential Message is loud and clear,” Mr Mulenga said.

Dr. Mercy Ndibalema a graduate of medicine and surgery commended the training they got during practice at the National Referral Hospital Mulago.

“While at KCU I have had the opportunity to be a minister of internal affairs, class representative and leader of scripture union. Doing our clinical practice from a national referral hospital has given us very good exposure,” she said.

The other big names who attended the graduation are State Minister for Higher Education John Chrysostom Muyingo, State Minister for Foreign Affairs Okello Oryem, Minister for ICT and National Guidance Chris Baryomunsi, Minister of State for Minerals, Peter Lokeris,  Minister of State for Youth and Children Affairs Sarah Mateke,   Former Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs Ephraim Kamuntu and Members of Parliament.

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