KAB alumni emerge victorious with a 3-0 win over continuing students in female football

KAB alumni emerge victorious with a 3-0 win over continuing students in female football

The Vice Chancellor, Prof. Joy Constance Kwesiga has commended the Kabale University Convocation for their continued engagement and generous contributions to the growth and development of the university.

She said this while officiating at the football match between the convocation (alumni) and continuing students held on Tuesday at the KAB main university playground in Kikungiri. The KAB Convocation female team won the match with a thrilling 3 – 0 win against the continuing students female team.

Prof. Kwesiga noted that sports have transformative power which fosters friendship, resilience and determination among the participators. She hailed the female players in the team for their outstanding performance.

Some of the team members after the football match

“I would like to appreciate Ms. Dianah nkamusiima for her efforts in promoting female football at KAB. I would like to encourage every participant to continue in the pursuit of excellence”, Prof. Kwesiga added.

The representative of the Convocation on the University Council, Hon. Denis Singahakye (former LCV Chairperson, Ntungamo District) highlighted on the significance of the Alumni of KAB. He noted that the alumni represent a great social and human resource for the university to thrive upon. He further urged all alumni to actively participate in the Kabale University Convocation, emphasizing its openness to all interested individuals.

Mr. Singahakye also said that the KAB Alumni will donate a coaster bus to KAB, which will facilitate student tours, promote, and generate income for the university. He also commended the Dean of Students, Mr. Tukamushaba Amos, for his commitment toward student welfare.

Some representatives of the Convocation shared testimonies with the continuing students at KAB. Ms. Mercy Beinomugisha, a Technician in the Department of Agriculture at Nile Breweries Uganda, fondly recalled her time at Kabale University, where she served as the Guild Deputy Speaker and GRC of Environment and Natural Resources.

Ms. Beinomugisha attributed her success in life to the university and also expressed her pride in being a part of the Alumni community. She encouraged female students to work hard and become important women in future.

Mr. Muhumuza Nicholas, the owner of “Christ for All General Electronics” in Kabale Town commended the social capital gained through his membership in the convocation. He mentioned that many of his clients were students, lecturers, and fellow alumni. Mr. Nicholas who had served as the Guild Minister of Justice and Constitutional Affairs during his time at KAB, commended his lecturers for their mentorship and guidance to students.


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