The long-awaited Journalism and Communication Fellowship has finally begun. The Christian congregation, which began on Tuesday 5th November, brings together students from the Journalism and Communication Fraternity.
Franko Olong, the Fellowship convener, expressed optimism at the turn up. “The turn up is progressively increasing,” he said
Seera Vivian, a fellowship member exclaimed with joy; “It was good, fun and the preaching was so good!”
Like every other society, there will always be a particular group of people who are just outright annoying. Makerere University is not an exception and here are some of the irritants.
Most girls at campus love free things! From free food, free clothes, free shoes, and free booze at parties to even free marks. It was so embarrassing to see how Sophie felt so worthless by the end of her party. There is nothing for free in this world, girls! It has and will always be a something for something business.
All is set for this year’s Annual Media Convention (AMC) scheduled for Thursday 31st and Friday 1st November at Fairway Hotel in Kampala.
The two-day event will bring together journalists and media practitioners, public communication experts, policy makers and government officials, academicians, civil society and development partners, as well as Journalism and Communication students from Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Namibia, Zambia and Germany.