MUKONO – The Archbishop of Church of Uganda and Chancellor of Uganda Christian (UCU ) Rev. Stanley Ntagali has urged graduates passed out on Friday, March 1 at UCU to not yield to the temptation. He told them not to be discouraged by the obstacles at the beginning. This follows when he was giving his remarks on the occasion.
The event that took place UCU’s main campus in Mukono had 397 students awarded with diplomas, degrees, and masters. The males were the majority with a total of 219 and females totaled to 178.
The 6th part of the 19th graduation ceremony started had nine students graduating with first class degrees with the majority coming from Education.
Ms. Comfort Athieno, who graduated with a second class in Masters in Business Administration, said that it is a nice experience getting done with your masters especially when you are not yet 30 years of age.
Vice Chancellor Rev. Canon Dr. John Ssenyonyi who presided over the function told the graduates to resist from despising job opportunities because no one climbs the ladder from the top but we all take one step at a time.
He also thanked the lecturers and all staff that handled the students during studies at the institution.
“I thank you for producing a quality human resource for national development,” he added.
Archbishop Ntagali thanked the UCU students who come out clearly to protest the ‘Miss Curvy Content’. He said “that shows our Christian faith-based education is not in vain. They were affirming women’s worth as created in God’s image. That is what a university education should do. We form students academically and morally.”