Court Orders Govt To Pay Lukwago Shs 75m For Malicious Arrest

High court presided over by Justice Yasin Nyanzi has directed government to pay Kampala lord mayor Erias Lukwago Shs 75 million to compensate his malicious arrest by the police, about nine years ago.

Lukwago was, in 2007, arrested for 'disobeying' a police officer's instructions that stopped them from accessing the Constitutional Square to hold public rally. They were protesting activities of the notorious Kiboko squad which was thought to be a state Machinery

BREAKING: Makerere Suspends Another Lecturer

Makerere University Appointments committee has issued another suspension letter to a lecturer from the College of Business and Management Sciences (Cobams).

Brian Musaga, from the department of planning and applied statistics was at the end of this month allegedly caught red handed in a sexual act from his office with a third-year student (name withheld), from the same college. The student had gone to Musaga's office to inquire about how to handle her final project.

Stella Nyanzi Was Erroneosly Recruited, To Face Disciplinary Action– Report

A report that has been today released by a committee that was tasked to investigate the situation at Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR) has revealed that Stella Nyanzi was not supposed to be an employee of Makerere University.

While reading the report to a press conference at Makerere's main building Council room, the chair person of the committee, Hajjati Buzeki Sharifah said that the appointement letter that Nyanzi responded to on December 14 2009, was not in line with the univeristy policy