Screenshots reaching our desk expose campus babes who are into the business of snatching other babe’s boyfriends.
What will utterly mesmerize you is the tone and tears (of the babe whose boyfriend got snatched).
She pleads and begs the snatcher with tears to leave her man alone.
This looming business of snatching people’s lovers is most common at every campus. Many campus babes fear introducing their boyfriends to their friends because, apparently, they’ll get “stolen”.
It is evident in the screenshots that campusers go through hell, turmoil and gallons of tears, worry and pain because of love issues on top of books.
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For the first time in almost four decades, the Uganda Cranes qualified for the Africa Cup of Nations 2017 being held in Gabon from January 14th to February 5th 2017. Many Ugandan fans who would love to travel to Gabon might not be able to because of the cost or because of work and family commitments. Airtel has gone to great lengths to get as many fans down there to cheer the team however to add more fire to that spirit Kafunda Kreative and Airtel Uganda believe more can be done to show our boys that the country is behind them.
Show your Tulumbe Spirit, is a campaign aimed at using social media to;
1. Create some visual noise by use of twibbons on our Facebook and twitter profiles.” The premise for this is that when our boys check in online, which they will, they know they have the same support they have come to expect when they play at home.” – David Ogutu, team leader Kafunda Kreative.
2. Rally Ugandans, mostly those skeptical about our chances in the cup, by reminding them that in each and everyone of us, there is the Tulumbe Spirit, the same spirit that runs through the Cranes. A spirit that never gives up despite the odds stacked up against us.
Showing your Tulumbe Spirit is rather simple. All one has to do is click on this link; http://bit.ly/2jqzy1n, follow the steps and a twibbon will be automatically inserted on your profile picture. It’s time we painted the timeline with the Tulumbe Spirit and showed the whole of Africa what Uganda is made of.How a Twibbon looks like.
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In a bid to stand out, Ugandans are taking to social media to show their support for the national side that is due to play later today. Some are basic, some classy and sassy and others are simply a sizzle.
In her freshest picture she shared on her Instagram, the NTV presenter clad in a white Uganda Cranes Jersey and shorts holding as a symbol of solidarity for the Ugandan side.The slay Queen has always made it a habit to make her Instagram lit.
Social Media has exploded into wild support for the Uganda Cranes ahead of their historic tie with Ghana after a long spell of 39 years without participating in the AFCON Tournament.
Bettinah Tianah highlights the Hype by blessing her optic nutrition.
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Word reaching our editorial desk confirms that International University of East Africa (IUEA) has set February 10, 2017, as date for the third graduation ceremony.
According to a statement confirmed by the university council, chancellor, vice chancellor and the management of the Kansanga-based university, the event will be expected to start at 8am in the auditorium.
All undergraduate and post graduate students who qualify for an award and have fulfilled all the requirements for graduation have been congratulated upon completing studies at the university.
We shall keep you posted
Following a directive by H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni to reduce on the subjects taught in secondary schools in December last year, The Uganda National Examination Board (UNEB) has gone ahead on to scrap ten subjects off the O’level curriculum.
In a letter signed by Daniel Odongo the UNEB Executive Secretary, subjects such as FasihiYa Kiswahili, Political Education, Additional Mathematics, General Science, Health Education, Electricity and Electronics, Power and Energy, Short hand, Type Writing and Office Practice will, with effect from this year, no longer be examined by the examination regulatory body,
The body goes ahead to confirm to all heads of UCE Examination centers offering the subjects that were suspended from the O’level curriculum that no examinations of the aforementioned subjects will be set this year and the fore shouldn’t be taught in schools throughout the country.
The President in a closed door meeting with all Public Universities Vice Chancellors, Minister of Education and Sports, Janet Kataha Museveni and other senior stake holders at the Entebbe State house late last year agreed to reduce the number of subjects taught in secondary school’s to reduce on duplication of content.
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Guys, remember the celebrity endorsement type of advertising that y’all were taught way back in high school? Well this is just it coming to play as Makerere University ‘freelance student’ and fast-growing socialite Anita Fabiola is arguably living all the theories.
The light-skinned beauty is apparently being paid to drink. Yes! You heard right, Belaire is blessing Fabiola’s accounts to simply ‘sip’ a few bottles of Belaire make it lit always.
While most of us are wondering how to survive on a cup of dry tea in this dry-spell January, somewhere on the ever surprising streets of Kampala, a light-skinned darling is being paid thousands of dollars to get high. At the ‘Night in Emirates’ party, Fabiola was being the turn up queen she always is downed a whole bottle of Bellaire ALONE!
She truly broke all norms of a drink this expensive and popped bottles to the amazement of many.
A perfect to make Ugandans fall for something is by putting some icing on it and the icing on Belaire is surely Anita Fabiola.
The Government of Uganda has pledged to offer support to hundreds of jobless youth from Lango sub-region through Lango Youth Cooperation Union, an umbrella body of three youth groups.
According to the Daily Monitor, The State Minister for Youth and Children Affairs, Ms Florence Nakiwala Kiyingi, said government is looking forward to supporting young people under a partnership with Private Sector Foundation.
Majority youth from the region who are also students at Lira University and a number of tertiary institutions in the region continue to be jobless despite the fact that they are learned. To loosen up on the hustle, the government has pledged to support the youth in the region.
Ms Florence Nakiwala Kiyingi was meeting three youth groups from Lango sub-region, including Youth Mobilisation Network, Rising Youth Association Uganda, and Lango Youth Development Initiative at Lira Municipal Council Hall last Friday.
Although self-employment rates among young people remain low in the region, Ms Nakiwala said if supported, the youth would be able to create their own jobs and develop their skills.
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Well, not even a vow like marriage can stop a man from salivating when his eyes fall on pictures of these eggplant teasing girls. These girls are queens, and goddesses to the extent that whenever they post a picture on the biggest social network in the world, Facebook, many married men are left liking and commenting, and inboxing “give me your number” texts…Michelle Nansubuga, International University of East Africa Rukundo Brenda, Makerere University
Chloe Mudondo, Makerere University Business School [MUBS] Immaculate Namayanja, Uganda Martyrs University, Nkozi Kwagala Irene – Uganda Christian University
Fenty Kadash – Makerere University Business School [MUBS] Rola Birungi- Makerere University Immy Jagwe – MUK
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Enid Twijukye, a former student of Makerere University Business School (MUBS), was discovered dead and her body rotting after she disappeared from her home in very unclear circumstances on January 4th, 2016.
The late, who unconfirmed sources, suggest was working at Capital Shoppers in Nakawa, was supposed to graduate in February.
Born western Uganda’s district of Kiruhura, Enid disappeared after having lunch with her family that day in Bweyogerere and was never seen home again.
“Just the other day, she was found rotten in a shrub in Namanve. We are not sure about the circumstances in which she died but investigations are still going on,” said an old girl from her high school who preferred to remain anonymous.
It is not clear whether she disappeared from home by herself or if she were kidnapped and killed since investigations are still ongoing to come up with a comprehensive report about the circumstances in which the young lady lost her precious life.
We could not get a statement from her alleged place of work, Capital Shoppers, Nakawa.
Enid attended Bweranyangi Girls’ Secondary School between 2007 and 2010 and was greatly eulogised by especially old students from the Bushenyi district based institution.
At the time of publication of this article, the deceased’s body had been taken to Mulago National Referral Hospital for treatments and post mortem. May her soul rest in peace.
It’s again that time of the year when almost every office in Makerere University is flooding with prospect graduands clearing with the campus ahead of their graduation.
But as this writer has exclusively found out, in the guild offices, the task has been left to a sweeper whose name we are yet to identify. Normally, this work is supposed to be done by the guild administrator whom we have only identified as Norah.
However, for the better part of the morning, Norah has been out of office and the sweeper has been seen clearing students who had filled the guild office to the brim with various documents that required verification, signing and stamping.
By Press time, Norah could not be traced for a comment, but updates to this story will follow soon.
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The Rwandeire Committee looks to be digging deeper into Makerere issues daily. Last week, some of its members met with the students’ fraternity from where MUASA leaders were accused of inciting the students to strike late October last year.
Dr. Muhammad Kiggundu, the MUASA chairman, was accused of paying the students to strike.
“I have evidence that Dr Muhammad Kiggundu bribed students to join their strike, something that sparked off violence,” said Roy Ssemboga, the Makerere guild president.
To this accusation, the MUASA spokes person Dr Deus Muhwezi responded saying it’s very embarrassing for the students to say that they were paid to join the strike.
“The first time when we went on strike, they asked us to help them suspend our strike and we did, but the second time of course they failed. It is very embarrassing for them to say that we incited some students to join our strike,” Dr Kamunyu said.
The students went ahead to ask for punitive measures to be taken against VC Prof Ddumba Ssentamu for misusing the institution’s funds. In relation to this, an allegation was made against him for failing to lease part of the institution’s land in Kabanyolo, Wakiso district, where the investor wanted to plant trees and then pay the university Shs 2billion per six months.
But for his part, the economics professor rubbished the allegation.
“I’m very happy a special audit has been sanctioned at Makerere. Let them come up with a special audit and we shall see the outcome of that audit; whether I’m the one taking the money or there is a problem at Makerere,” said Prof Ddumba.
The students further requested the committee to investigate their welfare and also recommend a punitive action for lecturers who regularly chop classes but shamelessly strike demanding for salaries. They also advised the university management to be creative and look for other ways of generating funds other than relying on tuition.
The probe committee chairperson assured students that a comprehnsive report will soon be out. “We are not going to leave any stone unturned. If we find that there are those who ‘ate’ the money, they will surely bring it back,” Rwendeire promised.
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Over 5,000 MUBS students were to graduate in January but didn’t because of Main campus’ closure. Their graduation is still being crippled by the School management that hasn’t remitted functional fees amounting to Shs4 billion for the past 3 years.
Important to note is that each East African student at MUBS is supposed to pay Shs 420,000 and 1,027,500 for international students. However, out of the Shs6 billion collected, MUBS only paid Shs1.4 billion.
Augustine Tamale the MUK Bursar wrote a letter to the MUBS principle Prof Waswa Balunywa on January 9, 2017, reminding him of the school’s failure to clear these dues in the past.
According to Tamale, MUBS students will not graduate if their school management doesn’t forward this money on the Makerere University Council Bank account in time before the late February graduation.
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The two South African universities appear in the top 200 of the worldwide rankings; UTC at position148, and Wits University at 182, beating many prestigious universities in Germany, the UK, Canada, the US and Hong Kong.
Overall, Egypt and South Africa are the two best represented African countries in the ranking, with eight universities each.
But South Africa and Uganda are the only two countries with a university in the top 500.
The ranking rates university performance using 13 different indicators measuring teaching, research, research impact, innovation and international outlook.
UTC, the best in Africa, is located at the foot of the Table Mountain, offering spectacular views of Devil’s Peak and across the city.
The university was founded in 1829, earning its status as the oldest university in the country and the second oldest in Africa, behind the University of Sierra Leone founded two years earlier.
Around 18 per cent of its student body are international.
Mekerere University Kampala (MUK), on the other hand, is the largest university in Uganda. It was established as a technical school in 1922 and has become one of the most prestigious universities in Africa.The university is made up of nine colleges and a School of Law, serving around 36,000 undergraduates and 4,000 postgraduates.
The university was also a centre for literary activity and culture that formed a nationalistic identity in independent Uganda.The full list
1. University of Cape Town – South Africa
2. University of the Witwatersrand – South Africa
3. Makerere University – Uganda
4. Stellenbosch University – South Africa
5. University of kwaZulu Natal – South Africa
6. American University in Cairo – Egypt
7. University of Ghana – Ghana
8. University of Johannesburg – South Africa
9. University of Pretoria – South Africa
10. Sohag University – Egypt
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Hell broke loose when city socialite, Anita Fabiola’s father, Mathias Mugisha, landed on a raunchy photo of his second daughter, Grace Ainomugisha aka Graciella.
Ainomugisha’s bikini photo that left her Instagram followers awed at how curvaceous the Fabiolas are, according to pals, didn’t go down well with her dad.
The Mbarara University of Science and Technology student was warned to desist from following in her sister’s footsteps.
“The dad was furious and at the same time disappointed at how much Ainomugisha was attracting horny city hyenas by uploading sizzling photos of herself. He doesn’t want her to end up like the sister [Anita Fabiola] who has since turned bars into lecture rooms,” a close pal to Ainomugisha spoke on condition of anonymity.
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The light skin tiny version of the Fabiola sisters is a first-year student at Mbarara University of Science and Technology (MUST) pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Pharmacy.
She has since deleted the photo from her Instagram account and has pledged to curtail her continuous hanging out to concentrate on her degree.
Other pals however insist that Ainomugisha was not drilled. “She just chose to keep her Instagram ‘clean’.”
Kikoni area over the weekend experienced half paralysis as a raid was conducted to bust out a criminal gang according to a tip received by police.
Through this raid, an illegal gun was recovered from a MUK student who has been arrested along with several others at Wandegeya police station.
Kampala Metropolitan police spokesperson Emillian Kayima said that the suspects were busted and arrested after a tip.
According to police suspicion, this gang rotates around a chain of students who stayed in the United hostels of Kikoni during the 2 months of MUK’s closure.
The police withheld most of the information leading to the criminal offenses this gang might have committed so as not to distort further investigations.
More students are to be arrested if proved to have had anything to do with this gang.
More details about this developing story to follow soon……
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The ministry of education and sport and Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) Thursday released the 2016 Primary Leaving Examinations (PLE) with Kampala Parents’ School emerging as best performing school in the country when it comes to Mathematics.
“This is to congratulate our pupils upon being the best in Math country wide in the just released PLE results by the Uganda National Examinations Board. We are so honored and humbled by this achievement.
Our sincere appreciation goes out to our dear students for their endless efforts, teachers, non-teaching staff, our esteemed parents and well-wishers. Thank you once again for your continued support.” Daphne Kato, the school principle said of their achievement.
The school which prides itself with start of art learning facilities and qualified teachers saw 200 pupils out of the 274 who sat for PLE pass in first division while the remaining 74 passed in super division two.
The released national PLE exams of 2016 indicated an improved general performance with a failure reduction of 9.2 percent. The boys’ failure rate was registered at 5.3% and while that of girls was at 7.7%. Janet Museveni, the minister of education, expressed delight seeing that more than 50% of the pupils who completed primary education last year were female.
The results showed that male candidates beat their female counterparts; this is according to UNEB Chairperson Prof. Mary Okwakol. There was marked improved performance especially in English, with girls performing better than boys.
In the past, poor handwriting has been the undoing for some candidates. But this time round, according to UNEB, examiners reported that handwriting was more legible and candidates were more detailed in their answering of questions, with fuller sentences.
Museveni said that since the introduction of UPE, PLE candidature had increased. However, urban schools performed better than rural schools, with non-UPE candidates shown to have performed better than their UPE counterparts.
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As a new semester for Kyambogo students is about to commence, the countdown is on for university leaders especially the guild to hand over offices.
There is that course mate who will change the dress code to office wear and start befriending every one and that’s an indicator of political intentions. Today, we bring you a one John Tumwijukye who declared his intentions to contest for guild presidency at Kyambogo University.
WHO IS TUMWIJUKYE
Tumwijukye is a first-year Education student who already holds a Bachelor’s degree in SWASA from Bishop Stuart University and a certificate in Administrative law and Data planning from Makerere University.
He has also been at Kyambogo before where he pursued a Diploma in Education from 2011 to 2014.
Tumwijukye seems not to be a novice in leadership as his CV shows he has worked with many NGO’s especially Building Resources Across Africa (BRAC) from where he advocated for increased Women’s access to finances and NUDIPU as an aide for disabled people.
Apart from being employed, Tumwijukye also employs others and himself as Campus Bee has learned he is the CEO A & J Enterprises – a Nursery and Primary school in Kamwenge.
PREVIOUS LEADERSHIP POSITIONS
During his stay at KYU from 2011-2014, he was the General Secretary of Kyambogo FDC chapter and the President of the Kyambogo Government Sponsored Students Association.
In the recent national elections, he contested as a Member of Parliament in Kibaale sub county though didn’t go through
He says during his reign as president Kyambogo University Government Sponsored Students Association (KYUGSSA), he petitioned the university over old structures, something that he says led to the current renovations at the Banda-based institution.
He also organized a march to ministry of Education to forward the above petition from where the ministry endorsed new structures at the university.
Tumwijukye is also the brains behind the Campus Portal for Online registration.
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Democratic Party (DP) president Nobert Mao has applauded Makerere University students for cherishing values of the party and making the institution a stronghold of the oldest political party in Uganda.
Officiating at the handover of the Uganda Young Democrats (UYD) Makerere chapter, Mao thanked Makerere students for overtime embracing DP values of “truth and justice”, and repeatedly voting UYD candidates to guild presidency.
The former guild president also reminisced about his hotly contested election in which he tussled it against the then state-sponsored late Brig. Noble Mayombo.
“The late Mayombo was a candidate you wouldn’t love to face in an election,” Mao said. He described this race as one that was between the haves and have nots.
Mao observed that the incoming UYD executive has an uphill task to not just maintain what is there but to better the chapter and make it more successful than it is now.
He further pledged material and financial support to the chapter in the realisation of their goals and in the spreading of the values of the DP among youths.
The former presidential candidate oversaw the old executive of Isaac Otuku handover to a new one that will be steered by Law School GRC Steven Nuwagira.Part of the incoming executive
The new executive also comprises of Complex hall’s GRC Shadia Bayiga (vice chairperson), Anne Mary Musiimenta (Speaker) and Kabanyoro hall chairman Abbey Lubega Akampa (General Secretary) among others.
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Prisca Amongin, the Guild President of Uganda Christian University, Mukono campus, has appointed David Emolot to the position of vice guild president.
Emolot is a second year student of Development Studies (BDS). He has previously served in the UCU guild government of 2015/2016 in the capacity of Member of Parliament for BDS and his tenure will be ending January this year.Emolot David
There will be elections this semester for the few courses that were not represented in the September semester last year.
It should be noted that the position had been vacant since last semester after the “obvious” choice, Brian Mwesigwa declined the appointment. There were a number of concerns raised by students about his appointment, with rumors that the guild would be dragged to court for choosing a candidate that did not have the qualifications for the office.
The replacement was then shifted to the January Semester. The semester started with students raising eyebrows as who would assume the office. However, the wait was not long.
Emolot will be vetted today by the Guild Parliament.
My name is Gloria and I am a third year student at Makerere University Business School (MUBS). They say MUBS girls are hoes but we also fall in love, it’s relative.
I started sleeping with a married man a few months ago, I don’t regret any part of it because he gives me all that I want regardless of the fact that he is my dad’s age (This makes me less of a hoe, right?). Unfortunately, as my years at campus move closer towards the end, I have started developing feelings of love for him.
I am jealous of his wife, his kids, and I want him all to my self now. When I sleep, I dream of him, I think I am falling in love yet it wasn’t the initial plan, what should I do?
Hey Gloria, you are a certified hoe, that’s for sure, but who said hoes don’t get feelings too? The only problem is that you are falling in love with the wrong guy, he has a wife and kids and I trust you don’t want to spoil that.
How would you feel if the girl banging your dad wants y’all out or how would you feel if the babe banging your husband is now in love with him?
All I can say is that you should cut ties with this man, get a guy your size, fall in love, and all will be well. You don’t want to be the person that broke a happy family.
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