Makerere marks alteration probe: committee to release first interim report

A committee that was tasked to investigate marks alteration at Makerere will produce its interim report next week, the university's vice chancellor Prof John Ddumba-Ssentamu has confirmed.

In the report, according to Prof Ddumba, the ten-member committee that is headed by Dr Damalie Naggitta, is expected to provide a financial statement and a some findings from the investigation.

Over 400 plan to terrorise Makerere for missing on graduation list

As Makerere's 67th graduation ceremony draws, it has been discovered that over 400 students are planning to storm the main building after they realised they are missing on the final graduation list.

According to the academic affairs minister Tomson Tayebwa, the issue was raised by angry students who have been affected and the 82nd guild government is pledging its support in all forms if the university does not rectify the mess immediately.

FULL LIST: Here are Makerere's 260 prospective graduands with first class degrees

The academic registrar of Makerere, Alfred Masikye Namoah, has today released the list of 260 prospective graduands that will be awarded first class degrees during  the university's upcoming graduation ceremony.

The ceremony will last from February 21 - 23, 2017.

According to the list, Makerere University Business School (Mubs), which is an affiliate to Makerere has 96 students with first class while the others are from main campus.