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PROF. John Ssebuwufu appointed new Kyambogo VC

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Minister of Education and Sports Jessica Alupo hands over instrument of power to the newly installed chancellor for Kyambogo University Prof.John Ssebuwufu at the University on February 19. INDEPENDENT/JIMMY SIYA

Investiture of Prof. John Prancas Mukasa  Sebuwufu as vice chancellor of the second largest public university is ongoing at Kyambogo University hall.

In attendance is the minister of education and sports Jessica Alupo,   Prof. Mondo Kagonyera , Makerere University Chancellor ,  chairman and members of Kyambogo University council  and staff.

The University Council appointed Prof.  Fabian Nabugomu as the acting Vice Chancellor (VC) and later Prof. Elly Katuguka Rwakishaya, the deputy VC  for academic affairs following  the expiry of Prof. Isaiah  Omolo Ndiege’s contract on Jan. 11.

 

Born in 1947,  Ssebuwufu graduated in Chemistry from Makerere University in 1973.  In 1990, he was appointed   Principal Institute of Teacher Education (ITEK) now part of Kyambogo University and vice chancellor of Makerere University from 1993 to 2004.

Kyambogo University (KYU) was created in 2003 by merging the former Institute of Teacher Education, Kyambogo (ITEK), the Uganda Polytechnic, Kyambogo (UPK) and the Uganda National Institute of Special Education (UNISE).

Kyambogo  University has been in the public domain for the wrong reasons ranging from court battles between Ndiege and some university staff, student and staff strikes sparking investigations in the inspectorate of Government and parliament.

However, Ssebuwufu is yet to prove whether he will cure the institution of such ills that have seen two of its vice Chancellors leave after staff rejection.

The university is holding a two day graduation ceremony for over 8,000 students starting tomorrow amidst student demonstrations  over missing names on this year’s list.


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