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Joseph Ochieng Wins Kyambogo Guild Race

Ochieng Joseph, a Bachelor of Arts (Education) Student is the new Guild President of Kyambogo University. Ochieng, an independent candidate referred to as the common man in the race, beat seven other contenders in polls held Tuesday. He emerged winner with 4,810 votes, followed by Forum for Democratic Change (FDC) candidate Ashaba

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University Football League Draws Released, Number of Teams Increased

The number of teams participating in the University Football League has been increased from the former 12 to sixteen in the 2017 edition. The development was revealed on Wednesday morning at a special press briefing after which draws would be conducted. Four teams including Mbarara based Bishop Stuart University, Bugema University, St.

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MAK GUILD RACE: Contention as Ruth Nsubuga Wins NRM Primaries

The National Resistance Movement (NRM) Makerere Chapter has voted Ruth Nsubuga as the presidential flag bearer for 2017/2018 guild race, The Tower Post reports. Nsubuga scored 42 votes and was from a distance followed by Peter Magezi who gathered 18 votes. Agadi Lilican and Eyen Bonny scored 6 and 8 votes respectively.

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4 IUIU Students Arrested Over Suspected Terrorism, Possession of Narcotic Drugs

Police in Mbale is holding four Islamic University in Uganda (IUIU) students over allegations of drug abuse and being in possession of narcotics. Police is also putting them on the radar for suspected plot on terrorism. The four, three Nigerian and one Ugandan were arrested on Moday following a police raid at

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Makerere Registrar Suspended for Extorting Money from Students

Makerere University Deputy Academic Registrar, Margaret Etuusa has been suspended, The Tower Post has learnt. Ms Etuusa who is in charge of Certificates, Ceremonies and Production Division is accused of extorting money from parents and students in the name of phone storage during the recently concluded graduation period. She allegedly hired a

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