THE 13TH MMU GRADUATION TO BE VIRTUAL PERHAPS THE NEW NORMAL

Mr. Kwikiriza Wilson, the registrar Academics has confirmed that the 13th Mountains of the moon University Graduation will be virtual due to the Covid-19 situation that hit the country. Mountains of the moon University is to hold its first virtual graduation since its inception. The graduation is scheduled to take place on Friday 25th June 2021 and only […]

Ghana becomes the first African country to receive Covid-19 vaccine

Ghana becomes the first African country to receive Covid-19 vaccine

Ghana on 24th February 2021 became the first African country to receive Covid-19  vaccines from the COVAX Facility. Ghana received 600,000 vaccines in its capital Accra. “On 23 February, COVAX shipped 600,000 doses of the AstraZeneca/ Oxford vaccine, from the Serum Institute of India (SII) from Pune, India to Accra, Ghana, arriving on the morning […]

Popular Tennis Player Novak Djokovic’s Wife Jelena Ristic; Background, Education, Family and Career

Popular Tennis Player Novak Djokovic’s Wife Jelena Ristic; Background, Education, Family and Career

Jelena Ristic Djokovic is married to popular tennis player Novak Djokovic. Djokovic holds 81 Association of Tennis Professionals (ATP) singles title wins, 17 Grand Slam singles titles, five ATP Finals titles, and a record 36 ATP Tour Masters 1000 titles. He is the only male player to have won all nine of the ATP Tour Masters 1000 tournaments. […]

COVID19: Private Universities Lecturers Need UGX 25 Billion Relief

COVID19: Private Universities Lecturers Need UGX 25 Billion Relief

Just months after government issued out 5 billion Uganda shillings to teachers’ Saccos as relief to those affected by COVID19 pandemic, private universities lecturers have also come out to seek aid from government. However much teachers still claim they have not yet been able to put a finger on the relief money, the academic universities’ […]

Uganda Christian University (UCU) students without Internet Access to sit Exams from churches

Uganda Christian University (UCU) students without Internet Access to sit Exams from churches

As Uganda Christian University strives to serve its students during COVID19 lock-down, many challenges have been posed one of them being weak and no internet access. However this issue has now been solved. The university administration will come up with a policy to enable UCU students with poor internet to sit examinations offline. Rev. Dr […]

Prof. Wilson Muyinda Mande Tips Students on Preventive Measures to Fight Covid-19

Prof. Wilson Muyinda Mande Tips Students on Preventive Measures to Fight Covid-19

The Vice Chancellor of Nkumba University, Prof. Wilson Muyinda Mande has echoed out  some preventive tips on how to reduce the spread of coronavirus among students and the population at large. This followed the closure of all educational institutions in Uganda in a bit to fight COVID-19. Educational institutions in Uganda were directed to close […]

COVID19 Lock-down: Key Policy Directives from President Museveni’s 13th Address on Coronavirus in Uganda

COVID19 Lock-down: Key Policy Directives from President Museveni’s 13th Address on Coronavirus in Uganda

As of 4th May 2014, Uganda had registered 89 people who had tested positive with Coronavirus. Fifty five (55) had recovered and discharged from hospital. Below we bring you the Key policy directives from the presidential address on Covid-19 update made on 4th May 2014 by H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni. 1. Food markets will stay […]