JUSTIN: Professor Barnabas Nawangwe Re-appointed as Makerere University Vice Chancellor

JUSTIN: Professor Barnabas Nawangwe Re-appointed as Makerere University Vice Chancellor

Professor Barnabas Nawangwe has been re-appointed as Vice Chancellor of Makerere University for a second five-year term. The news was announced on the Makerere University official Twitter page Friday evening. Barnabas Nawangwe, (born 17 January 1956) is a Ugandan architect, academic and the current the vice chancellor of Makerere University, the largest public university in Uganda. Read […]

Makerere University School of Law Professor Joins Protest against Military Brutality towards Students

Makerere University School of Law Professor Joins Protest against Military Brutality towards Students

Prof Ben Twinomugisha a lecturer at the Makerere University school of law has vowed not to step feet in the University as a way of showing discontent to the police and military violent actions towards students. In a statement, Twinomugisha encouraged fellow lecturers and other Ugandans to stand up against such vices in society. Prof. […]

Makerere University Vice Chancellor, Prof. Barnabus Nawangwe Issues Statement to Clear Air on Staff Salary Saga

Makerere University Vice Chancellor, Prof. Barnabus Nawangwe Issues Statement to Clear Air on Staff Salary Saga

On Thursday August 1, 2019, academic and non-teaching staff in all government Universities launched a sit down strike to press government to release all due and outstanding funds for their salary enhancement. Makerere University, for one, had withdrawn staff promotions after realising that the University is counting shortages in salaries of 7.59 billion Shillings, as […]

Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe wants Makerere University School of Law Closed

Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe wants Makerere University School of Law Closed

Makerere University vice chancellor, Professor Barnabas Nawangwe accuses School of Law for being adamantly defiant. Nawangwe stated that despite the fact that all the other colleges have resumed lectures, the Law school has stayed closed ever since the start of the semester. It is on these grounds that the professor, on Tuesday, let out agony […]

Sacked Makerere Lecturers to Refund Salaries, Says Nawangwe

Sacked Makerere Lecturers to Refund Salaries, Says Nawangwe

Makerere University Vice Chancellor, Prof. Barnabus Nawangwe has said all 45 Lecturers who were recently sacked from the University are to refund the salaries. In a press conference at the University, Prof. Nawangwe said the lecturers had not delivered and therefore no cause for a pay.  “All those staff that we continued paying our money and […]

Sacked Staff should Petition University Tribunal not Parliament- Prof Nawangwe

Sacked Staff should Petition University Tribunal not Parliament- Prof Nawangwe

Makerere University vice chancellor, Professor Barnabas Nawangwe has challenged the sacked staff to follow the right University protocol in following up with their case. This comes a day after Parliament through the office of the Speaker on Wednesday received the petition from a section of staff requesting the house to set up a committee to […]

Pay Attention to More Serious Issues-Fortunate Ahimbisibwe Lashes Out At Prof. Nawangwe

Pay Attention to More Serious Issues-Fortunate Ahimbisibwe Lashes Out At Prof. Nawangwe

Former NTV journalist, Fortunate Ahimbisibwe has advised Makerere University Vice Chancellor, Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe to concentrate more on vital issues that will benefit the University. This follows series of suspension of students by the professor over alleged spear heading of demonstrations at the campus. “A professor picks 100m for research from University coffers and uses the […]

Makerere Vice Chancellor Prof. Barnabus Nawangwe orders Staff to apologize to University council

Makerere Vice Chancellor Prof. Barnabus Nawangwe orders Staff to apologize to University council

Makerere University Vice chancellor prof. Barnabas Nawangwe has ordered Makerere University Academic Staff Association(MUASA) and its members to apologize to the university council. This follows allegations from MUASA that the council has failed to deliver and meet the goals to which it was founded. Prof. Nawangwe said that the allegation about the University Council and […]

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