The announcement was made by the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Joy Constance Kawesigye in a meeting the University board had with delegates from the ministry of Education led by permanent secretary, Alex Kakooza.
However, Prof. Kawesigye expressed fears of inadequate land as it may become an impediment to the University’s goals.
“This is the period to complete the university master plan. It would be a pity if the land doesn’t form part of the master plan. This is a request we are not about to drop; we need more land on this hill. We need more land from Kabale district local government,” asserted Prof. Kwesiga.