Prof Abbas Kiyimba's health improves slightly

Doctors at South Africa-based Milpark hospital will tomorrow October 18 make a final decision on whether to carry out a surgery or liver transplant on Makerere’s literature professor, Abas Kiyimba.

Early this year, Prof Kiyimba’s veins ruptured, which forced blood to find alternative routes in his body. This led to the shrinking of his liver and excessive vomiting of blood. Doctors at Mulago hospital then referred him abroad for treatment.

How To Keep Long Distance Relationship Working With 4 Tips

When we fall in love, our expectations are high on hanging out with our lovers, being close to them, among other things.

But it is heart breaking when you are at the full brim of your love joy and your partner tells you that they are going far for work and it is going to take some time when the two of you are apart. Frankly speaking, it's a horrible moment when you've to learn to live a long distance relationship.

Meet Uganda’s First Professor Of Journalism

 

The department of Journalism and Communication at Makerere University last week erupted with joy as news filtered in of the promotion of DR GORETTI NASSANGA to full professor of journalism. Marion Alina spoke to the new professor.Makerere University’s senate sat on July 29, 2016, to approve applications for staff promotion. Nassanga appointment makes her the first full professor of journalism and communication in Uganda.

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