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Former President,High Court Judge attend the 11th graduation of Cavendish university Uganda

High Court Judge Flavia Zeije has urged students to hold fast to the Creator in order to achieve success in today's difficult world. He made the request at the 11th graduation ceremony of Cavendish University Uganda.

The judge said many don't want to hold on to the creator which is dangerous.
However, she warned them to looking at their parents' property thinking it is theirs that they should avoid it and do their own thing.

Former President of Nigeria H.E Jonathan Goodluck and the Chancellor of the University thanked the President of Uganda for his support to education.
.He promises to work with Uganda to ensure that every young man gets education because one can not do achieve much without education
On the same occasion, educationists pointed out the issue of connectivity is affecting them because many areas do not have internet access.

They pointed out the issue of the pandemic but urged Ugandans to take extra precautions.

The graduates expressed great joy upon accomplishing their studies and thanked the university administration for the great support rendered. To them

A total of 1077 students graduated from certificates, diplomas, bachelors, postgraduates and master and the 11th graduation ceremony was held fat the Cavendish university uganda campus at Nsambya Kamplal

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