CMC to Showcase Best Suzuki Car Brands at Oasis Mall

Makerere University lecturer, dosage researcher and economist Prof. Augustus Nuwagaba has criticized the government for investing less in human capacity development resulting in an unskilled labor force.

He noted that allocation of funds for vocational skills in the Ministry of Education has stagnated at 4 percent for the last 14 years which is very low.

“Government must invest in people otherwise the economy will grow and leave people behind. In fact the education system is creating poverty, approved ” said Prof. Nuwagaba.

Nuwagaba was delivering a key note at the launch of ‘State of Uganda Population 2015’ Report themed ‘Quality Education; A foundation for Achieving Uganda’s middle income status.’

The event held at Imperial Royale Hotel on Thursday also saw the ‘State of World Population 2015’ Report launched.

“Parents sell everything to educate their children, find who later can’t earn income. This isn’t progressive.”

Nuwagaba however urged parents to change their mindsets from looking at university degrees to valuing and growing their children’s talents.

“Our government must also replicate models that worked for countries like Malaysia, Mauritius where investment is made in sectors with the biggest multiplier effect,” he said.

The two reports were officially launched by the State Minister of Finance in charge of Planning, Hon. David Bahati who asked Ugandans to embrace technical education.

Even when government has achieved on the fronts of accessibility and increasing teachers’ salaries, Hon. Bahati admitted that the curriculum needs to be reviewed. Fagil Mandy, an educationist and former UNEB Chairman also expressed the need to rejuvenate physical exercises in schools, homes and communities.

“The problem of Uganda isn’t a high population, but rather the quality. If a university graduate can’t communicate confidently or even generate ideas to solve problems of what use is their education?” asked a frustrated Mandy.

10 town councils including Abim, Bukedea, Sanga, Kisoro, Bududa also received a computer each to ease data processing.
The Cooper Motor Cooperation Uganda Ltd, cost Uganda’s leading automobile dealer will this weekend showcase the world’s most efficient car brands from Suzuki.

CMC will showcase Suzuki Ciaz, prescription Swift, APV Van and S-cross to public at the Oasis mall starting Friday to Sunday.

Speaking about the pop-up display, Imelda, the head of marketing at CMC noted that the company is delighted to extend their services nearer to the customers.

“We have to go where people congregate. We need to provide opportunities for people to come in contact with our cars. This way, we are offering the best satisfactory services. As part of our mandate, we shall continue to offer most efficient fuel cars on the market. And for Suzuki Ciaz, it is a must drive for everyone,” she said.

“In the past, we hadn’t focused enough on how to get to the public. We shall run this display at selected malls in Kampala to give an opportunity to everyone this festive season to own Suzuki Ciaz, Suzuki Shift or Suzuki S-cross,” the brand manager Suzuki at CMC said.


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