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Age limit should be maintained-Baryamureeba

Kampala, Uganda | GODFREY SSALI | Former Presidential Candidate Professor Venansius Baryamureeba has asked MPs to resist attempts of amending article 102 (b) of the Constitution to remove the presidential age limit to allow for a peaceful transition of power from Yoweri Museveni to another leader. Baryamureeba while appearing before the …

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THIS WEEK: Nawangwe to focus on staff issues as MUK VC

THIS WEEK: Nawangwe to focus on staff issues as MUK VC Newly appointed Vice Chancellor for Makerere University Professor Barnabas Nawangwe has promised to focus on harmonizing the university staff and administration when he assumes office in August. Nawangwe also promised to diversify the university financial base by investing in …

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THIS WEEK: Makerere VC race takes shape

Prof Venansius Baryamureeba, Prof Barnabas Nawangwe and Prof Edward Kirumira are the three candidates out of whom the next Vice Chancellor for Makerere University will be picked. The three made impressive presentations as they sold their vision and leadership philosophies at a public forum attended by government officials, academic staff, …

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Baryamureeba back to vie for Makerere University top job

Three candidates in the race to become Vice Chancellor of Makerere University have today presented their vision for the university, interacted with stakeholders and responded to questions from the public. Ovonji-Odida, who is leading the search committee at Makerere University, supervised the public interaction at the Main Hall, Main Administration Building, Makerere …

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ANALYSIS: Tension over Kyambogo VC

Varsity chairman says search will be finished in March Tension is growing again at Kyambogo University over the delay by authorities to appoint a new Vice Chancellor. Critics and students say the failure is crippling university business. Key members of the University Senate, the second highest decision making organ, on …

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