MUBS lecturers plan to put tools down if the government does not fulfil its promises. Prof. Balunywa, while at the graduation ceremony of 1268 graduates, declared that over 230 lecturers are working under unfavourable conditions.
Prof. Wasswa Balunywa the head of this institution has appealed to the government to consider getting more land for this institution’s expansion as it has always done with other academic institutions.
Charles Bakabulindi state minister for sports who represented Janet Kataha Museveni the first lady and the minister of education & sports stated that the money requested for is unavailable though MUBS will be permitted to become independent from Makerere.
Meanwhile, at Uganda Management Institute, it was jubilation at the graduation of 3021 graduates where the Ruhakana Rugunda represented the president.
Prime minister in his speech noted to the graduates that the government is planning to expand the institute designed to train government workers.
Hon.John Chrysostom Muyingo the state minister for high education, James Nkata
The director for MUBS, Namirembe Bitamazire
Former minister of education and sports, who is the vice chancellor for MUBS commended the parents.
Milton Tiyo, the commissioner in Luzira prison stated that they are ready to support the expansion of MUBS.
Chrispass Rwamasaka the director of studied has encouraged parents to take their children to government institutes.
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