approved http://crcpallc.com/templates/uneedo_j25/warp/systems/joomla/layouts/content.php geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>While officiating at the Second Graduation of Rukungiri Institute of Management on Sunday in Rukungiri district, symptoms Prof. Ephraim Kamuntu, the Minister for Water and Environment, told parents that the best investment they can make is education which “does not rot and can never lead to disappointments”.
“There is nothing worse than offering cows and land to your child for inheritance and yet even before you rot away in your grave, everything has been sold off,” he added.
Prof. Kamuntu further asked the people present to be supportive and to offer a conducive environment that will encourage the young ones to learn rather than think otherwise.
“If a child is born in a community of drunkards, he will think that the only way to go is to drink because all the people he looks up to are drunkards,” the Minister explained.
Mr. Kamugisha, the director of Rukungiri Institute of Management, applauded the co-operation between the parents, students and staff which has enabled the school to develop and attain the second graduation ceremony.
A total of 132 students graduated with certificates and diplomas in different disciplines like Journalism, Stenography, and Public Administration, among others.