KING CEASOR UNIVERSITY FIRST GRADUATION
The ceremony was presided over by Rt. Hon Dr. Ruhakana Rugunda, the prime minister of Uganda.
King Ceasor University mainly produces doctors and KCU medical school is the oldest and biggest school in the university.
However, the University has other colleges which include; law and Business, Agriculture, Artificial Intelligence, Geoscience Mining, and Petroleum and Engineering.
KCU equips medical Research partners (students) with a wide range of clinical skills from highly recognized hospitals collaborating with the university such as Rubaga hospital, Kirrudu hospital and Mulago hospital which use to serve the community.
Before the main function, King Ceasor Augustus Mulenga was installed as the founder chancellor of the University during a low key ceremony that was overseen by the University council chairman.
Mulenga thanked the President for having endorsed the changing of the name of the university from St Augustine International University to King Ceasor University and for giving the University land to establish a branch in Kisoro district.
He also lauded the government for initiating the free education policy of UPE and USE.
KCU has dedicated itself to providing an uncommon education for common man resource envelope permitting.
He noted that education is the fastest route to world integration thus thanked the different governments worldwide for the support of allowing their citizens to pursue an education at KCU. These countries include; Nigeria, Cameron, Burundi, Rwanda, Eritrea Nigeria, Kenya, Tanzania, Chad, Canada, Malawi, Gambia, Egypt, Pakistan, Great Britain, Australia, and Somalia among others.
In his speech, the State Minister for Foreign Affairs Hon. Okello Oryem who also doubles as the University Council chairman commended King Ceasor Mulenga for his generous heart of helping the community by offering scholarships to different persons.
” I am proud to note that a number of Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery Research partners (students) are on scholarship among other disciplines. Taking into account the shortage of doctors in our rural communities, this program will impact positively on our health sector in Uganda”
The celebration attracted a huge turn up of Uganda’s political leadership, as well as the diplomatic corps.