The Former Chief Justice, Bart Katureebe, has challenged graduates to use their academic research to improve agricultural productivity in Northern Uganda.
Katureebe who is the Chancellor of Uganda Management Institute-UMI says the region is witnessing worsening climate change characterized by prolonged drought arguing that through academic research, farmers can be best informed on ways to gain better yields. katurebe speaking…
Justice Katureebe was speaking yesterday at the 20th graduation ceremony of postgraduate students at UMI Gulu Branch in Gulu City.
He says one’s education can only be valuable if it has an impact on society arguing that the graduates should use their research and policy analysis not only to impact the district plans but also the national plans. He however urged the graduates to play a pivotal role in positioning the region for trade with neighboring South Sudan and the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) owing to the geographical setting of Northern Uganda. END.