Prof. Moya Musa has cautioned new students at Makerere University Business School to safe guard themselves against HIV/AIDS.
He warned students that reckless behavior can lead to AIDS and betrayal to parents who have invested a lot in their lives and future to ensure that they live a good life.
“Health is wealth; when you are healthy, you are productive”, he warned. One does not catch HIV through a hand shake neither is it caused by a vector, the path is known.”
Students were also called upon to be vigilant about the Ebola epidemic, “it could be in West Africa, but you can catch it, so be on alert”, he said.
He said this while addressing the freshmen and women for the Academic Year 2014/2015 intake at Makerere university Business School (MUBS) during their orientation into the School culture at the main campus, Nakawa on Thursday August 21, 2014.
He further warned the students against dodging classes.
“We are not going to force anyone to class. But for any student to qualify for the final examinations she/ he must have attended 75% of the lectures.” He advised the freshers to focus on academics and work hard to excel.
Assoc. Prof. Moya Musa is currently the acting Principal and also the Dean Faculty of Computing and Management Science at Makerere University Business School.