Incoming Makerere University vice chancellor Prof Barnabas Nawangwe has vowed to decisively deal with the issue of sex for marks.
Sex for marks is a vice where lecturers award marks to students in exchange for sex.
Common among male lecturers and female students, the practice has cast haunting shadows on the university’s image in recent times.
But incoming vice chancellor Prof Nawangwe seems determined to stamp out this vice if his vow is anything to go by.
He told KFM during a Monday evening talk show that he would deal with perpetrators.
“Time of sex for marks is now over in my era,” he said.
The administrator has served as deputy vice chancellor in charge of finance and administration under outgoing vice chancellor Prof John Ddumba-Sentamu.