Makerere Lecturers Toughen On Incentives


Makerere University Academic Staff Association (Muasa) yesterday gave the university council an ultimatum of one month to have fully cleared their incentive arrears amounting to Shs 15 billion.

While holding their general assembly at the College of Education and External Studies (Cees), they also resolved that their incentives should not be reduced by 75 per cent as the university council had proposed in a letter they received earlier this month.

Makerere To Experience Water Shortage For Two Days

Makerere University students and workers will have to wait for two days to get pumped water, the estates and works department has said.

The Estates director, Fred Nuwagaba, according to a communique we have accessed, today morning informed other departments at Makerere that the water in the plant that supplies the campus is being treated.

Makerere Guild Boss Roy Survives Being Punched

A prophet has honor except in his home. Makerere guild president Roy Ssemboga will always live to testify this after he survived punches from angry students who were striking yesterday.

The fourth- year medicine student was saved by a few students who pleaded with his tormentors. The visibly annoyed students, whom we are yet to identify, argued that Ssemboga was reluctant to solve the issue of lecturers refusing to teach evening and weekend students.