By Spy Uganda
Victoria University’s Vice Chancellor Dr Lawrence Muganga, a highly celebrated educationist has been recognized by Eng. Dr. Ronald Balimwezo, Member of Parliament for Nakawa East Constituency, for advancing tertiary education reforms and improving Uganda’s higher education.
Hon Balimwezo says that Dr Muganga has in a short period been able to make a powerful impact on Uganda’s education system and contributed immensely to students’ well being especially the vulnerable.
”In recognition of your tremendous contribution towards tertiary education reforms and provision of bursaries to vulnerable students of Uganda,” Eng Balimwezo inked on the award to Dr. Muganga.
Receiving the award, the thrilled Muganga wrote an appreciating note to Eng Balimwezo stating that such recognition further strengthens his dedication to empowering aspiring students with the tools they need to thrive academically and in life.
”A heartfelt thank you to Eng. Dr. Ronald Balimwezo, Member of Parliament for Nakawa East Constituency, for honoring my efforts in advancing tertiary education reforms and improving higher education in general. It is truly humbling to receive this award, which further strengthens my dedication to empowering aspiring students with the tools they need to thrive academically and in life,” stated Dr. Muganga.
The education pundit says education is a powerful force that empowers people from different backgrounds to unlock their potential and contribute meaningfully to society. ”I am determined to support those who want to pursue higher learning, making sure that opportunities are accessible to everyone.”
The determined VC says that by working with fellow Ugandans, they can continue creating a thriving educational landscape, where knowledge flourishes and leads to a brighter future for the entire country and beyond.
”Eng. Dr. Balimwezo, your recognition inspires me to keep supporting this cause with unwavering dedication. Thank you, once again, for this heartfelt recognition and for acknowledging the importance of advancing education in Uganda,” concluded Dr Muganga.
For some of our readers who missed our previous editions about Dr Muganga, he is among the few passionate educators who have been advocating for a better and more meaningful education system that will create a better future for Uganda’s graduates.