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MKU Kigali launches new Hospitality and Tourism facility
MKU Kigali yesterday launched its state of the art Hospitality and Tourism facility that will play a role in developing knowledge and skills to contribute to the socio economic well being of society. At the same function, the University unveiled the Universal Globe dedicated to its alumni.
The chief guest at the function was the chairman of the chamber of Rwanda tourism, Eng. Aimable Rutagarama. It was attended by among others the founder and Chairman of the University Council, Prof Simon Gicharu, Kenya’s commissioner to Rwanda, Hon. John Mwangemi, the Vice Chancellor designate Prof Evans Kerosi, members from Rwandair, the hotel and tour firms and the alumni.
Prof. Gicharu pledged to continue investing in Education to ensure the university meets its obligations of establishing centers of excellence in niche areas that will drive the country’s economic activities.
Prof Gicharu said the University spent 350bfrancs to set up its Ultra Modern campus in Kicukiro district, Kagarama and is looking forward to complete its next phase of a student hostel, Journalism studio and basketball court at cost of 600,000,000m frw.
Hon. Mwangemi commended the University for playing part in uplifting the education standards in Rwanda and being focused since its formation in the year 2015 to become one of Africa’s most credentialed universities.
Eng. Rutagarama noted that the number of establishments from five star hotels to small bed and breakfast facilities increases with time. He said to most people in Rwanda, Brand names such as ‘marriotti”, and Radission Blu” existed only in magazines, TV, and the internet. But now they are part and parcel of our hospitality landscape. We are now on the homestretch in completing the implementation of Rwanda’s development blueprint the vision 2020. The move by the University to establish a centre of excellence will enhance human resource development, infrastructure development, private sector- development, regional and international integration”, Said Eng. Rutagarama