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MAK Lecturer Summoned Over ‘Sex for Marks’ Allegations

Makerere University lecturer Dr Swizen Kyomuhendo is on the spot over allegations of sexually harassing female students.

Dr Swizen Kyomuhendo, a lecturer at the Makerere University School of Social Sciences was exposed  in an investigative story by NBS television on Monday night (February 26, 2018).

He was seen asking to meet a female student at a lodge to rectify her marks to enable her to graduate.

The lecturer has now been asked by the university management to respond to the allegations by Thursday, March 1.

A letter from Ms Josephine Ahikire, the acting principal College of Humanities and social science that has been seen by this website, Dr Kyomuhendo is asked to submit a written report about the allegations against him.

Given the grievous effects of such a report on you as a member of staff, the college and the University at large, there is need for an appropriate response from us as a collge as soon as possible,” the letter from Ms Ahikire reads in part.

Dr. Kyomuhendo holds a Bachelor of arts in Social work and social administration, Makerere University; a doctor of philosophy in (social work and social administration) from Makerere University and a Master of arts in Social welfare policy, McMaster university, Canada.