Kabale University decries an “acute” shortage of infrastructure.

Vice Chancellor Prof Joy Kwesiga giving a speech

The administrators of Kabale University in Kabale District, have decried what they called an “acute” shortage of infrastructure, which they say needs urgent government intervention.

They were speaking yesterday at the University’s 8th graduation ceremony as a public university, held at the university main campus at Kikungiri Hill.

The Kabale University Vice Chancellor, Prof Joy Kwesiga and the Chairperson of the University Council, Adson Kakuru, said the University, is grappling with lack of enough lecture rooms, students’ accommodation, office space, libraries and laboratories, among others.

Kwesiga and Kakuru, asked the government to provide more funds for infrastructure development, in order to ensure convenience for the over 6,000 students and staff at the university.

The State Minister for Primary Education, Dr. Joyce Moriku Kaducu, who represented the Minister for Education and Sports, Janet Museveni, promised to present the challenges raised by the administrators to the minister.

A total of 1,387 students graduated in different academic disciplines.

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