Ssembogga on hunt for new ICT minister amidst more resignation threats

Makerere University guild president Roy Ssembogga has finally acknowledged receipt of resignation letter from his now former minister of research and computer technology, Yosam Bagumirabingi.

"I officially received his resignation letter yesterday, Monday 17th October 2016 and the hunt is on for a suitable replacement" Ssembogga said.

Ssembogga also added that he is not bothered by the greed for money and disrespect allegations in the letter, and as well as by the resignation itself. 

NTV's Charles Mwangusha inspires Makerere journalism students

The fourth year Journalism class at Makerere University was delighted to have Charles Mwangusha in their midst during a class meant to inspire and build their skill in the field.  It was an evening of learning from the best and interacting with the creame de la creame of Ugandan talk show giants.

 Mwangusha is the pioneer KFM hot seat, FM hard talk and The Fourth Estate on NTV which he also hosts. He is also a part of reporters oundtable on Voice of Africa and has been hosted on Aljazeera and BBC.

Demand for services after fully paying tuition - Makerere GRCs told


Jackie Ayorekire the head of revenue at Makerere University has restrained the Guild Representative Councillors (GRCs) from making demands before fully clearing their fees.

During the new fees policy sensitization review meeting that was held from the senior council room yesterday, Ayorekire challenged the GRCs that proper service delivery from management requires funds.

"University council is reluctant to sit with a student who has not paid or registered" she said.