By Patrick Opio
Senior Communications Officer/Lira University
Twenty-five students, out of a total 109, attained 1st Class at Law Development Centre(LDC), Lira Campus, located at Lira University.
On Students Performance, Mulalira Faisal, the Assistant Director, said that LDC Lira Campus admitted a total of 336 students in academic year 2020/21, and 290 sat the final exams of which 130 passed in the first sitting and graduated recently. He added, “we admitted 330 in the current Academic Year, 2021/2022 of which, 278 are progressing well.”
He was addressing LDC Lira Campus Commissioning Ceremony at Education Block, Lira University on 5th August, 2022.
LDC Director, Frank Nigel Othembi lauded the management of Lira University for accepting the establishment of Lira Campus and thereafter donating lands to the institution for construction of lecture rooms and office blocks.
Othembi says LDC is in partnership with Lira University for mutual development of both institutions. He said LDC is in high gear to develop the lands donated to them for better service delivery.
Vice Chancellor, Prof. Jasper Ogwal Okeng said the fast growing young university supports collaborations with local and international institutions for mutual benefits. “We started this university from scratch, when I had just formally retired from service. But now, through team work, things have moved in greater heights, there is high hope that this university will continue to grow and grow and beat even the old ones in many ways,” Ogwal Okeng notes.
The Chairperson, LDC Management Committee, Hon. Justice(Rtd) Paul Kahaibale Mugamba noted that LDC will continue to ensure quality and competence in its graduates. “As LDC, we do not compromise quality, the reason our products are competitive in job market globally,” Mugamba reveals.
Other members of the Managing Committee who attended the function are John Patrick Adar, Joanita Getrude Bushara and Simon Peter Kinobe