Captions: 1. Sir Rabbie officially opens the Kairak Restaurant at the
By VERONICA MANUK
The opening coincided with the University’s 12th graduation ceremony which saw 125 students receiving various qualifications and awards.
Sir Rabbie, who unveiled a wooden plaque bearing the restaurant name, said its establishment was a welcome initiative by the University as it continued to expand.
The opening was witnessed by
The restaurant is located at the University’s Kairak Vudal Resource Training Centre (KVRTC) and according to Professor Siaguru it was set-up to raise funds to sustain the centre’s Integrated Agriculture Training Program.
Kairak Restaurant complements KVRTC’s guesthouse, which is frequently used by visitors to the University and Kerevat plateau.
Catering services for various functions such as luncheons, parties, birthdays, conferences and workshops are available.
Patrons have the option to dine-in or take-away.
Those that do choose to dine-in, will do so in a beautiful room painted with murals depicting life in
A variety of dishes are available at very reasonable prices. For more information call 983 9144 or 983 9736.