Education Minister and First Lady, Janet Kataaha Museveni has promised Makerere University Business School a university status. While inspecting the ADB building at the main Campus Nakawa today, Kataaha said that there is no reason for not granting MUBS a University status.
“It is good to see African Institutions like MUBS striving to compete globally. Africa has been down for so long, it is time for Africa to rise and take its position. It is time to remove the stumbling blocks that are hindering MUBS to compete globally by granting the institution a UNIVERSITY status. I will consult with the relevant offices and I believe the status will be granted,” she said.
Mama Janet is touring the 8 Public Universities including MUBS to monitor ADB Projects and to get a clear picture of what takes place in these institutions. She commended MUBS for the quality of the Building constructed as compared to other universities she has visited, “MUBS ADB project speaks for itself,” she went on to heep the best business school in Africa praises.
“I like the positive attitude of the Principal Prof. Waswa Balunywa and his Council Chairman Prof. Baryamureeba, the confidence they give to those around them and their desire for MUBS to compete globally. No wonder Balunywa had to hunt for Baryamureeba to join him in the running the institution,” noted the first Lady.
Scientists at Cambridge University recently studied the brain scans of porn addicts and found that they looked exactly like those of drug addicts. With such an inexhaustible supply of porn at our disposal, there is a growing concern that it is beginning to affect our brains, our relationships, and even our bodies (beyond, of course, your mother’s idle threats of blindness and hairy palms). A recent survey of a Reddit community called NoFap, which is committed to abstaining from porn and masturbation, has helped researchers open the door to a better understanding of the effects of pornography on our lives. While the results are not entirely conclusive, there are certainly some statistics that should give a moment’s pause. Here are some of the reasons why it may be a good idea to stick to Netflix next time you open up your laptop:
- For those addicted to porn, arousal actually declined with the same mate. Those who regularly found different mates were able to continue their arousal. It’s known as the Coolidge Effect, or a tendency toward novelty-seeking behavior. Porn, after all, trains the viewer to expect constant newness.
- One in five people who regularly watch porn admitted to feeling controlled by their own sexual desires.
- 12 percent of NoFappers report watching five or more hours of Internet porn every week. 59 percent report watching between four and fifteen (!!) hours of porn every week.
- Almost 50 percent of those on NoFap have never had sex in their lives, meaning their only experience with intimacy is purely digital.
- 42 percent of male college students report visiting porn sites regularly.
- 53 percent of the NoFappers had developed a regular porn habit between the ages of 12 and 14. An alarming 16 percent said they started watching before they were 12.
- 64 percent report that their tastes in porn have become more extreme or deviant.
- Among 27- to 31-year-olds on NoFap: 19 percent suffer from premature ejaculation, 25 percent are disinterested in sex with their partner, 31 percent have difficulty reaching orgasm, and 34 percent experience erectile dysfunction.
- After committing to no masturbation/porn, 60 percent of those on NoFap felt that their sexual functions had improved.
- And 67 percent had an increase in energy levels as well as productivity.
So there it is, men. While the evidence may not be scientifically thorough, there’s certainly enough to suggest that porn has a negative impact on our lives. It might be a good time to give that overworked hand some rest, or, at the very least, use it to dial the phone number of a real live human woman and ask her out on a date.
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Samuel Mugarura aka Falcao the inventor who creates a worldly accepted non-lethal weapon from scratch has been awarded a patent rights certificate by Uganda Registration Services Bureau.
Last year, this 3rd year Botany and chemistry student innovated a nontoxic prototype of teargas MS-23.
Mugarura’s research stretches way back to 2013 when he picked up a tear gas canister during a strike something that awakened his innovativeness using sugar, food colour, salt and other cheap ingredients.
After showcasing his research, he received a lot of intimidation and threats from security organs but he stood firm and wrote to the Prime Minister requesting for support.
At the beginning of this week, Mugarura’s innovation received a 10-year utility model formula No. UG/UC/2017/00002 to manufacture tear gas according to the Industrial Property act.
Mugarura’s main intention towards this was to provide cheaper and non-toxic teargas in substitution to the expensive imported toxic type currently used by the Uganda Police Forces. The sidebar goal was to also set up a manufacturing plant that would provide employment opportunities to the pack of unemployed youths roaming on Ugandan streets.
The innovation now awaits a license from any army or police general to flag off production. However, lots of challenges that include funding and lack of a workstation await this.
Congrats Samuel Mugarura upon taking this step. We wish you all the best.
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A 19-year-old Ugandan teenager only identified as Tom has committed suicide after his yet to be identified girlfriend decided to end their relationship and hook up another dude.
According to eyewitnesses, the deceased decided to end his life by hanging himself using the rope he tied on a tree above his neighbour’s kitchen in Bukasa, Muyenga.
“His body was first seen by the area residents who were going to work early in the morning,” the eyewitness says.
They raised an alarm which alerted other residents, who called the police and prison wardens in the area to cut down the body, before taking it to Mulago hospital mortuary, as investigations continue.
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In a meeting held last Tuesday, the Kyambogo university council made an agreement to forward Prof Eli Katunguka’s name to the chancellor as their next vice chancellor.
Katunguka has been serving the same university as acting vice chancellor since 2014 who succeeded Prof. John Opuda-Asibo the former acting VC.
The just forwarded Professor beat his rivals with a whooping 81% score in the interviews organized to test his capacity to lead. His opponents, Prof Geoffrey Bakunda the deputy principal Makerere University Business School and Prof Aaron Wanyama, the former
dean of the Faculty of Science at Kyambogo scored 67% and 61% respectively.
The council is waiting to hear from the university’s chancellor whether the name it forwarded is approved to become the next VC for one of Uganda’s biggest universities.
Ugandan campus girls get some kind of high definition horn when they take alcohol- no wonder most beers, especially Smirnoff are called ‘Panty removers’. The spirit of horn that attacks university babes is unexplainable…only this video can give a glimpse of how crazy campus girls get when high.
Shot during a hostel drink up, over four girls mobbed one dude for rubs and dubbs- nearly rendering the poor boy breathless.
Some almost ripped him apart, others clung on his elastic vest as the dude struggled to stay up…this video explains real campus life on Friday nights!
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The latest news coming from Gulu university indicate that students at the state-owned university are finding a hard time to recover from the biggest guild shocker so far, Campus Bee has learnt. The cause of this shocker is none other than a decision by a pastor from a yet to be identified church applied for guild post at Gulu university.Okidi shortly after nomination
The pastor, who also doubles as a student of this university is identified as Joseph Okidi who left his church in another caretaker’s hands. When asked why he left his church for politics, Okidi revealed that Gulu university needs a mature leader to solve most of the university’s problems which he categorized as moral problems.
He further noted that he is entitled to his right as a student above all, he cleared all of his tuition fees, he revealed this while appearing on Urban Tv guild campaign program. Okidi intends to take the university from glory to glory because he believes they are already better only fighting to become the best.
The university’s guild elections are set to take place on 2nd April 2017 when one of the four male candidates fight to emerge leader of northern Uganda’s best campus. The candidates include the controversial pastor Okidi Joseph, Ojok Moses Walter, Okodi Joseph and Mbaziira Daniel.
So far all candidates are trying to prove who has got the balls to lead by vowing to improve the university’s hygiene problems which Mbaziira Daniel based on to compare Gulu university to his former primary/ kindergarten.
According to Daniel, the university has no toilets, no health services and some students hold lectures under tree shades. We shall update you about this booming and hard – hitting ongoing race.
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“Kaweesi has gone and he will be deeply missed for he was a good man,” says one of the students from UCU who attended the funeral at Kyazanga, Lwengo District yesterday.
Stories Campus Bee ran indicate that Kaweesi was headed to UCU for a Careers day talk when the unfortunate incident that claimed his life happened.UCU students at Kaweesi burial
UCU responded with an official statement from the administration regarding some of the circumstances surrounding his death and how he was expected to be one of the guests for the event on Friday last week.
Students from the Mukono-based university together with some members of the administration made arrangements to have them travel and mourn with the nation, the death of the AIGP, and Police Spokesperson Andrew Felix Kaweesi.
Transportation was set yesterday and a full Coasta from the university attended the funeral to give the deceased a university send-off.
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The Uganda Football League today started with a match between Uganda Christian University (UCU) against Kampala International University (KIU) at the UCU new pitch.
The game kicked off at 3pm today with a goalless session in the first half. However, both teams managed to send balls to the nets of the opponent teams ending the game with a 1-1 draw.
Odeke Isaac Paul scored for KIU at the start of the second half, until UCU’s Muzeifa Barigye reiterated with a goal in favour of his team invoking ululations from the numerous supporters of UCU.
The UCU coach Jackson Nyima is content that his team played well. He, however, hopes for a better performance in the remaining games.
“We hope to improve in the next game,” he says.UCU’s Muzeifa Barigye leveled the score to one all
UCU, KIU, Makerere University (MUK) and Busitema University are in table A of the tournament.
There are 3 games this week, that will be crowned with a match between Makerere and Busitema University.
Below is the table for games this week.Date Team Team Time Venue 24 March-Friday Mbarara University Uganda Martyrs 3:00 pm MUST 25th March- Saturday Bishop Steward Kyambogo 2:00 pm Bishop Stewart 26th March- Sunday Makerere University Busitema 2:00 pm Makerere
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Our [African] culture has always respected death regardless of who the dead person is or on whether you truly hate the dead person for personal reasons. Death was the final destination to the extent that both young and old held it in high regard thus no one made fun of it.
The advancement of technology, unfortunately, has left people less human or rather insane. I think our collective conscience has finally run out for we have lost most of the values that we held dear- are we human anymore or are just clothed robots?
Earlier today a group of people on the internet started what they are referring to as the ‘Kaweesi challenge’ where they take pictures of themselves in the same position (s) in which the slain AIGP Andrew Kaweesi and his driver Constable Godfrey Wambewa were left in after being shot on Friday.
Patricia Pasha Kitaka reacted; “This ain’t funny one bit. You make fun of someone and tomorrow it’s you.”
Assistant Inspector General of Police [AIGP] Andrew Kaweesi, his bodyguard and driver where gunned down on Friday morning as he was leaving his home to go to Uganda Christian University [UCU] where he was to give a deliver a speech on the topic “Beyond the Transcript.”
May their souls rest in peace.
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Annete Kaweesi, wife to slain Assistant Inspector General of Police [AIGP] Andrew Kaweesi has given birth to a bouncing baby boy after undergoing a caesarean section. Cesarean section is the delivery of a baby through a surgical incision in the mother’s abdomen and uterus.
— Kampala Metro Police (@klametropolice) March 22, 2017
Just five days after the AIGP lost his life after being gunned down by unknown assailants as he left his home very early on Friday morning, his family has been blessed with a baby boy.
AIGP Andrew Kaweesi was shot when he was on his way to Uganda Christian University [UCU] where he was expected to be the main guest speaker of the Career Day that was organized by the UCU Career office for the finalist students and he was to deliver a speech on the theme “Beyond the Transcript.”
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Four students have been nominated to contest for Gulu University guild presidency in elections set for April 2nd.
The exercise held on Saturday saw Pastor Joseph Okidi, Daniel Mbazira, Herbert Okodi Ogetta and Walter Moses Ojok get nominated.
Mbazira who is from the Faculty of Medicine said its time to cause fundamental change that focuses on zero tolerance to corruption so that student funds are not squandered by a few people.
He emphasized the need to seek public opinion on how best the university image can be improved.
“I want to put in place a guild leadership that is student centred to consolidate unity and strengthen good relations beyond the campus environment,” he told New Vision immediately after nomination.
Having served on the legislative council, he claims there has been a lot of oppression which must be eliminated.
Just like Mbazira, Okodi from the Faculty of Education also highlighted the need to improve the university’s relationship with the surrounding people.
Okodi noted that community engagement is important in fostering unity.
“Our academic engagement with the university needs improvement so that the students don’t suffer,” he added.
James Onono Ojok a first year student of Public Administration decried the high level of bureaucracy in the payment of tuition fees yet sometimes even after clearing the dues, students’ names are not reflected in the clearance book.
Ojok wants the new guild president to sit down with the university management and put in place a perfect system to address this problem.
“Some students that have paid end up missing exams. It’s not proper because a student is getting a retake at the expense of the university,” he said.
Another student, Constance Akoth, called for the improvement of sanitation at the campus noting that it’s not conducive at all especially for girls.
“When there’s no water, it’s next to impossible to visit the toilets. You find faecal matter littered all over the floor. The university should come up with alternative sources of water,” she said.
Emmanuel Odit, the electoral commission chairman, called for calm during campaigns and asked the aspirants to desist from any kind of party politics as per the university guidelines.
Reporting by New Vision
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Kyambogo University today finally its guild presidential elections that were postponed two weeks ago.
The voting has been concluded and Campus Bee is on ground as the counting and tallying go on, here are the most recent tentative results of the top three aspirants ahead of the official declarations expected to be held tonight before midnight.
Faculty of arts and social sciences
Ochieng Joseph -1303
Ashaba Michael- 752
Kishemeirwe Patricia -284
School of management and entrepreneurship
Ochieng Joseph -843
Kishemeirwe Patricia -209
Faculty of special needs
Ochieng Joseph -222
Ashaba Michael – 82
Kishemeirwe Patricia- 63
Faculty of education.
Ochieng Joseph 409
Ashaba Michael 119
Kishemeirwe Patricia 68
We shall keep you posted as results keep streaming in.
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Coming from Capital FM’s Drive Time Show, Lucky Mbabazi is the new host of NBS TV’s health and lifestyle show that debuted on Wednesday 1st February 2017. This is her first foray into the TV world and from the rising viewership of her new show, looks like Lucky is very lucky!
Hosting an array of celebrity guests from the entertainment, business and political world and well known medical professionals and health experts, the weekly panel has tackled topics ranging from day-to-day health matters and the lifestyles of today’s professionals.
The health experts have been helping to confirm and/or debunk the numerous health conspiracies that plague our country and provide the right medical advice for common conditions.
NBS TV Chief Marketing Officer Ms. Pamela Adongo says, “Our Health & Lifestyle show is designed for today’s busy professional to be able to get factual and relevant information to his or her health and the best lifestyle choices one can make to ensure they are healthy.
The show promotes positive, healthy lifestyles with a stylish twist, and explores the latest trends in lifestyle, food, beauty, health & fitness. Having Lucky as the host of this show is an added bonus as she puts her humorous mark and laid back approach to a topic viewers may have otherwise not paid serious attention to. We’re happy to have her as part of the NBS team.”
Health & Lifestyle with Lucky Mbabazi airs on NBS TV every Wednesday at 8:00pm.
Slain Andrew Felix Kaweesi’s youngest son broke hearts of many when he went under the casket trying to look for his dad, indeed it was so heartbreaking many mourners cried, and they felt sorry for the innocent young boy.
To him his father was still alive and he was wondering why he was laid in a casket. He kept calling his dad but in vain.
AIGP Kaweesi was on Friday morning shot dead as he headed to Uganda Christian University (UCU) Mukono campus for the varsity’s career day.
He is to be laid to rest today at his home in Kyazanga, Lwengo district. May he rest in eternal peace.
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As the NSSF career Expo continues happening in various Universities, singer Bobi wine keeps motivating the youth on how to better their future and businesses. Bobi wine Continues partnering with NSSF by appearing at all venues where the event is scheduled.
Bobi wine landed into some of the hardest students questions so far when speaking to Kampala international university students on Monday at their Kansanga based campus. One of the most tension creating questions to Bobi wine was asked by a female student who wanted him to settle his beef with Bebe Cool once and for all just as a loyal fan, she wants to see them together.
In his response to the question, Bobi Wine said; “We had disagreements but we outgrew them. Our kids go the to same schools. Our wives shop in same places, there is no beef between me and my comrade Bebe Cool. Please don’t bring that again.”
While addressing competition claims, the ‘Bikwase Kyagulanyi’ singer revealed that Bebe Cool and Chameleone are not his competitors but rather partners. “I have no competitors, they are my partners . There is a way I complement Bebe Cool same way he complements me, same applies to Chameleone. My mistakes are their benefits and also their mistakes are my benefits as well,” said the self proclaimed Ghetto president. He went ahead to cite their contributions in selling Ugandan music before revealing that Kenzo grew in his arms. “Kenzo grew up in my hands but he goes and represent Uganda out there,” he said.
Bobi Wine also gave strong career advice to KIU students by making his inspiration ghetto story to the success hungry learners. Like he sings in most of the songs, Bobi emphasized students to do as many jobs as they can and avoid the mentality of dissing dirty jobs. He further advised them to do businesses that others despise so as to earn a living. “Trust your ideas, if you don’t eat pork, then rear pigs and serve those who eat it,” he advised.
On the same event, Bobi wine revealed how much he disappointed his parents by studying the opposite of what they wanted him to do. “My father wanted me to be a doctor, my mother wanted me to be a lawyer but I wanted to be me. They were disappointed when I graduated with an MDD degree.”
The singer sealed the event with a 30 second acapella and later took Selfies with KIU campusers dying to show him off on social media.
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After completing your university education, many begin to disseminate the curriculum vitae with their degree in hand, to different organizations. Hopeful of the possibility of being shortlisted for an interview, the stakes are high with Uganda’s unemployment rates at 35% for the youth.
Before stepping into any organization, one must be aware of the appropriate interview etiquette that could very well have one gain or lose a lucrative opportunity. There are a couple of questions any interviewee should not ask, if they intend to have a chance at gaining a position in any organization.
Here are three questions graduates should never ask at interviews:
1.What does this position pay?
Unless the query is raised by the interviewer which rarely happens at the first stage of the interview, matters of salary should not be mentioned. So, when should one ask this question? The response is simple. Once you’ve been offered the job, or at the second or third round of interviews. This question is also best posed to the Human Resource Manager and not anyone else. Being too keen on the salary could indicate that the interviewee is more interested in the income than the company they intend to work for, so always be cautious when presenting this question.
2.How many hours in a day should I work?
No organization hopes to employ workers who are less than diligent. Asking about reporting hours at the first round of interviews indicates that an interviewee is unlikely to have a great work ethic. If you have some concerns like you are unable to come to work early; it is better to seek advice about the organizations’ operation during work days at the second interview.
3.Did I get the job?
There are several ways of knowing if you’ve qualified for the job in any organization. In most cases, the chosen candidate will get a call confirming they have gotten the position. It is definitely a faux pas for an interviewee to repeatedly call an organization inquiring if they got the job.
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Ndejje University administration has blocked and kicked out one aspirant out of the guild presidential race because of having multiple retakes and a number of missed papers.
The University registrar’s office removed the name of Arthur Balaaba from the list of the guild contestants after finding him not worthy of filling the position which dictates that a student vying for the guild presidential position should be clean of crimes and not have any retakes in any paper.
Balaaba was campaigning under the umbrella of the second year engineering students and was seen to be splashing a lot of cash to the students in order to woo them to his side. By the time of his exit out of the race, Balaaba was having a number of cheerful supporters around the campus.
According to information released by the academic registrar’s office, students found to be having retakes in some papers were to be scrapped off the list of the aspiring students.
“We cannot let academically challenged students run for these posts. If they can have retakes as normal students, there is a higher chance they will now bathe in retakes if their life gets occupied with guild council activities which might not give them time to read their books,” the statement read.
Balaaba’s supporters were very shocked and angered by the university’ decision to scrap the name of their sole candidate off the list of guild aspirants.
“This is nonsense, if he has retakes does it mean he cannot re-do those papers in coming years? I believe this is just a ploy by opponents from the administration who want to fail us,” one angered supporter, Barbie Nantongo yelled to our reporter.
There are now three contestants in the race for the highest guild office of Ndejje University. Among whom are Ssengendo Amos, Ojilong Wilbert and Sixtus Mwaka, who happens to be the current chief fresher.
The nominations for the guild aspirants ended yesterday at Ndejje University main campus in Luwero at 4pm, we shall update you about the outcomes of the nominations.
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I know who killed Afande Kaweesi
Kaweesi was killed by journalists!
Journalists described Kaweesi as a source who became a friend, who tirelessly fought to defend them from brutality by the Police Force
Yet the same journalists failed to task the Police and all investigating organs to do more to apprehend the criminals taking the lives of Ugandans in a seemingly visible pattern
Journalists failed to tell the story of why Muslim clerics were being targeted
Journalists failed to tell the story of why the criminals favored the use of motorcycles
Journalists failed to question the police on the futile investigations, unreleased reports and rampant insecurity
My fellow journalists, we killed Kaweesi!
I know who killed Afande Kaweesi
Kaweesi was killed by the Police and other security organs
The Police and its apparatus arrived at crime scene after crime scene, gathered evidence, produced composite images of suspects, conducted investigations and DID NOT APPREHEND THE CRIMINALS
The president said it;
‘You people always have clues leading to the criminals and yet because you have been infiltrated by criminal gangs, we have come to this…’ – Museveni
The IGP, CIID, CDF, CGP and the DISOs, GISOs, PISOs the president was talking about; you killed Kaweesi!
I know who killed Afande Kaweesi
Kaweesi was killed by the government he served
The president said public servants killed Kaweesi because they frustrated development projects like the installation of CCTV cameras in all major urban centers and highways through their incessant demands for higher salaries
Kaweesi was killed by the government that purchased posh air conditioned vehicles for its key personnel in sensitive security positions rather than securing armored vehicles. (The luxury of armored vehicles was spared for the Fountain of Honor and rioters!)
Kaweesi was killed by a government that accepted half-baked solutions and half-truths in the name of crime preventers as solutions for its glaring security gaps
Government of Uganda, you killed Kaweesi!
I know who killed Afande Kaweesi
Kaweesi killed himself
Kaweesi killed himself when he failed to establish a force competent enough to combat the violent crime that took his life; a force that would not pledge investigations and arrests of criminals every time a Ugandan was brutally murdered by gunmen on a motorcycle. (Kaweesi acted in various training and Human Resource capacities within the force and could take credit for the personnel’s competencies and blame for its inefficiencies)
Kaweesi killed himself when he refused to believe that his life was in any more danger than any other policeman doing his job. (Refer to Umar Kashaka’s interview with AIGP Andrew Felix Kaweesi published in Sunday Vision)
Sadly, Kaweesi killed Kaweesi!
I know who killed Afande Kaweesi
Kaweesi was killed by You and I
You and I killed Kaweesi when we looked the other way as Muslim clerics were gunned down in cold blood
You and I killed Kaweesi when we refused to hold the security forces accountable for the alarming insecurity and crippling boldness of criminals terrorising us
You and I killed Kaweesi killed when we buried our heads in the sand and refused to believe that insecurity was ‘Coming To A Street Near You’
You and I killed Kaweesi when we made fun of the composite images and all efforts by our Police officers to apprehend crime. We made fun because we won’t trust our Police and we would rather crack jokes than undergo the baptism of fire that would accompany making the ‘Investigations Are Ongoing Department’ accountable!
You and I killed Kaweesi!
I know who killed Afande Kaweesi
Poem by Daniel Mumbere, TV host at Urban Television.
They were bored, they were stressed out by books and they needed something to free up their minds….A one Elizabeth Addictionz and her friend, Brennie Clarks (yeah we know, we also wondered what kinda names these are but anyway), the first year bachelor of procurement students decided to do some choreographed moves in their hostel, Valley Courts. Watch below!
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