Makerere students on strike

Students of Makerere University school of computing on Tuesday morning went on strike claiming they have not had lectures since September this year.
This comes barely fortnight after students went on strike protesting what they called unfair additional graduation fees. Following the strike, the university management scrapped off Shs130, 000 which was the additional charges.

SOURCE: Daily Monitor

Leave a Reply


“Banking must be supervised by Finance,”

STATE HOUSE, ENTEBBE: President Yoweri Kaguta Museveni has cautioned the Parliamentary committee on Finance, Planning and Economic Development to first weigh and analyze the advantages and disadvantages of the NSSF Amendment Bill 2019 to the Fund, Government and the members (savers) before they make a decision.   The President yesterday met the Finance Committee of Parliament […]

World Bank Group Provides $15.2 Million in Support of Coronavirus Response in Uganda

The World Bank today approved $15.2 million to support Uganda’s efforts to prevent, detect and respond to COVID-19 and strengthen national systems for public health emergency preparedness under a new operation – the Uganda COVID19 Response and Emergency Preparedness Project. The project is financed by an IDA credit of $12.5 million and a grant of $2.7 […]