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Students from the National Defense College have begun a three-day visit to Jinja.

As a part of their peak defense course, the students are taking a three-day study trip to Jinja

The Agro Ways Uganda Limited and Nytil Company in Jinja were visited by a group of students from the National Defense College – Uganda.

At Agro Ways Uganda Limited, the team was welcomed by the company’s Managing Director Mr. Herbert Kyeyamwa and was led by the College’s Senior Directing Staff Brig Gen Kefa Nangeso and College Directing Staff.

Kyeyamwa walked the group through what Agro Ways Industry does and explained to them that the company is an independent business dealing in grain processing and trading as well as value-added grain procurement and inventories.

According to him, excessive production costs and a lack of proper harvest management are limiting the minimum grain standards in the country’s businesses throughout East Africa. He also emphasized the importance of a well-structured grain trade in order to increase the quality of the product.

Cassava chips, barley, and sorghum are the primary products of the business.

Brigadier General Nangeso expressed his gratitude to the college for the opportunity.

According to Gen Nangeso, “The orientation and guided tour has improved the pupils’ comprehension of what they are learning in class.”

They next went on a guided tour of The Southern Range Nyanza Limited (Nytil) in Jinja, a company that manufactures masks for medical and non-medical purposes as well as hazmat gear for the military.

As a part of their peak defense course, the students are taking a three-day study trip to Jinja to supplement what they have learned in the classroom.

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