News of the retreat was disclosed by the Kampala Archbishop Paul Ssemogerere and Bishop Joseph Anthony Zziwa of Kiyinda Mityana Diocese during celebrations to mark one hundred fourty five years of the arrival of the first Catholic Missionaries, Fr. Lourdel and Bro. Amans at Kiguungu – Entebbe.
Principal Willy Ofwono Osinde said the commissioned solar system would help the institute save shs 3.6million and shs 3million the institution has been spending monthly on water and power bills respectively.
According to NARO, the signing of the agreements was a step in ensuring farmers got the right and genuine seeds, a development that would contribute to improved food production not only for the country’s food security but also for export.
James Musinguzi said the work is enormous and needs a lot of resources, calling for everybody with the capacity and will to get involved. Musinguzi says areas of possible collaboration include waste management, education, research, and others.
Muhoozi, who was passing out 45 Senior Superintendents of Police (SSPs) and Superintendents of Police (SPs) on Thursday at Bwebajja Command Staff College, said as commanders they need to know their environment, the people they are serving, socialize with them but not being part of criminals.