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MAKERERE DONS TRASH VERSITY COUNCIL PLEAS

Principles of Constituent Colleges at Makerere University have trashed the pleas by the University Council to prevail over the dons to take the offer of one month salary and other incentives.

In a heated meeting chaired by the University Council Chairperson Eng Wana Etyem the Principles reportedly refused to bow down to the pressures and pleas by the Council, to resume work at the Ivory tower.

The more than 8 hour meeting was held Monday evening, was also attended by the Chairperson of the Investment and Finance committee Thomas Tayeebwa.

The Principles told Eng. Wana Etyem to communicate his position to MUASA, since they all belong to the same umbrella.

The University Council was expected to meet MUASA leadership today to hammer out an understanding, although details are still scanty.

MUASA publicist Deus Muhwezi Kamunyu confirmed an invitation for the meeting, but insisted that they will stick to their guns.

President Museveni directed the closure of the University indefinitely on November 1st, after botched negotiations between the University Council, administrators and the Dons over the allowances for eight months

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Bwanika Combs Masindi

Masindi - People’s Development Party hopeful Dr Abed Bwanika spent the day in Masindi soliciting for votes.Dr Bwanika held a rally in Masindi Boma Grounds, where he talked about compensating people who lost their land in the oil fields.

Kampala Traders Strike - URA maintains stance

Kampala- Traders in Kampala have closed shops in protest against Uganda Revenue Authority’s directive to prosecute those found evading taxes through false declaration of goods.

JUDICIARY ACQUIRES NEW TECHNOLOGY

Kampala - The judiciary has launched a new closed circuit audio-visual evidence taking link technology to bolster the process of receiving evidences from the most vulnerable witnesses in court. The audio-visual link will help the court circuits across the country receive evidence without a person physically appearing in court to give evidence.

LOW STANDARDS HURT UGANDAN PRODUCTS

The low standards of Ugandan products are one of the key barriers that the country faces as it tries to penetrate the East African regional market. Calls to promote exports are being advanced, however, it can only be achieved if the products conform to the required standards for regional trade. These are some of the observations made by government

officials and the business owners in a move to promote product quality and subsequently consumption. Many SMEs are unaware of the required product standards in order to thrive in the local and regional market. This coupled with negative attitudes towards standardization have crippled businesses.

BAGUMA FAILS TO APPEAR,COURT ISSUES WARRANT OF ARREST

Buganda Road Court has issued a warrant of arrest to former commander of Kampala Central Police Station, Aaron Baguma after the senior officer failed to appear before the court to answer to murder charges in connection to the killing of the business woman last year.

Baguma had been expected in court this morning

DPC CPS BAGUMA FINALLY CHARGED

Former Kampala Central Police Station, CPS DPC Aaron Baguma has been charged and remanded to Kigo government prison on charges relating to Murder of a business woman last year.

Baguma stealfully in company of his lawyer Abraham Mpumwire turned himself in

EID BABIES AS KIBULI HOSPITAL GIVES BACK

At least 5 New born babies have been confirmed to have been born on Eid Day at Kibuli Muslim hospital.

Employees of KAD services a company which handles cleaning compound designing and fumigation of this hospital opted to give back to the parents who gave birth on this Eid el Fitri day.

UNEB WITHHELD 4525 UCE 2017 RESULTS

BY Maria Eyoru

The Uganda National Examinations Board, UNEB has withheld 4,525 results on allegations relating to exams malpractice.

At least results from 33 Schools have been withheld.

According to the Examining Body, there has been a general improvement in the

SSEBUTINDE WARNS GOVERNMENT AGAINST BESIGYE ARREST

Kampala - Lady Justice Julie Ssebutinde of the International Criminal Court has warned Government against arresting and dehumanising FDC Presidential flag bearer Dr Kiiza Besigye, an act she termed as barbaric and illegal.

Ssebutinde says the clamp down on Retired Col Kizza Besigye closes