King Ceasor University formally known as St Augustine University has joined hundreds of individuals and companies that are supporting the Government of Uganda in its fight against the spread of Covid-19.
The University through its proprietor King Ceasor Augustus Mulenga recently donated Shs 100 million cash to the national Covid-19 taskforce led by the Prime Minister of Uganda Ruhakana Rugunda.
The Kisoro hailing businessman, famously known for his generosity also contributed 30 tonnes of first class integrated maize flour (posho) valued at Shs 69m to people of Kisoro (15tons), Kanugu (7.5 ton) and Mitooma (7.5tons).
While handing over the donation, Mulenga appreciated the efforts by the President of Uganda, Yoweri Museveni and the health team at the frontline in combating the deadly pandemic and noted that it was the role of all able Ugandans to contribute towards government effort.
“As King Ceasor University, we believe in giving back to the communities where we operate and working together with communities to make our societies better,” he said.
Founded in 2011, King Ceasor University is a privately owned University in Uganda located in Bunga Kampala Uganda. It is accredited by the National Council for Higher Institution Learning. It is famously known for producing world class doctors, lawyers but also offers other courses in ICT, Agriculture, Arts among others.
Uganda confirmed its first case in late march 2020. So far, Uganda has recorded 75 Covid 19 cases and 46 recoveries.