Makerere University Holdings Company has secured two acres of land within the university to construct the Emmanuel Mutebile Centre of Excellence to process and refine innovations and ideas.
Speaking to pension managers around the country during a pension schemes’ symposium on Wednesday, Mr Patrick Bitature, the board chairman Private Sector Foundation Uganda, said the Mutebile Centre of Excellence is a partnership between the academia, government and the private sector to come together and process their ideas and innovations which can move the country forward.
“We have many people with chunks of money but do not know how to move to the next level. There is no work in progress; there is dire need for this facility because the private sector is supposed to lead the economy but it is government leading,” he said. Read more. Source | Daily Monitor