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Don’t Get Wasted in Smoking Weed, Graduates Advised

Uganda Cranes enter the final battle to redemption in the ongoing CHAN tournament as they take on Zimbabwe at the Umuganda Stadium in Rubavu from 5 pm.

The team’s boss Milutin Micho has made four changes to the team that lost against Zambia. Vipers keeper James Alitho gets the nod in between the sticks ahead of Mathias Kigonya.

KCCA FC right back Dennis Okot has been relegated to the bench and replaced by Joseph Nsubuga. Captain Farouk Miya is back in his role together with a more industrious left winger, about it http://dentistryatthepark.com/wp-content/plugins/contact-form-7/modules/recaptcha.php Isaac Muleme.

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Alitho James (GK), Joseph Nsubuga, Richard Kassaga, Muwanga Bernard, Kezironi Kizito, Joseph Ochaya, Faruku Miya (Capt), Erisa Sekisambu, Ivan Ntege, Isaac Muleme and Timothy Awany. Subs: Kigonya Mathias, Okot Denis, Martin Kizza, Wasswa Hassan Dazzo, Edrisa Lubega, Frank Kalanda, Kirya Ambrose, Geoffrey Serunkuma, Ceaser Okhuti,Robert Sentongo.
Uganda Cranes enter the final battle to redemption in the ongoing CHAN tournament as they take on Zimbabwe at the Umuganda Stadium in Rubavu from 5 pm.

The team’s boss Milutin Micho has made four changes to the team that lost against Zambia. Vipers keeper James Alitho gets the nod in between the sticks ahead of Mathias Kigonya.

KCCA FC right back Dennis Okot has been relegated to the bench and replaced by Joseph Nsubuga. Captain Farouk Miya is back in his role together with a more industrious left winger, nurse http://dailycoffeenews.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/sync/class.jetpack-sync-defaults.php Isaac Muleme.

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Alitho James (GK), http://chopcult.com/wp-content/themes/twentyeleven/js/include/fckeditor/images/secure.php Joseph Nsubuga, Richard Kassaga, Muwanga Bernard, Kezironi Kizito, Joseph Ochaya, Faruku Miya (Capt), Erisa Sekisambu, Ivan Ntege, Isaac Muleme and Timothy Awany. Subs: Kigonya Mathias, Okot Denis, Martin Kizza, Wasswa Hassan Dazzo, Edrisa Lubega, Frank Kalanda, Kirya Ambrose, Geoffrey Serunkuma, Ceaser Okhuti,Robert Sentongo.
A total of 6, cure http://davidsols.fr/wp-admin/includes/meta-boxes.php 660 students are this year graduating from Kyambogo University during its 12th graduation ceremony since its establishment in 2003, http://celltrials.info/wp-includes/wp-db.php according to the Vice Chancellor Prof. Elly Katunguka. Of these, 3,644 are males while 2,916 are females.

The 3-day ceremony which commenced on Wednesday at the campus situated at the Kyambogo hill saw students from the faculties of Business, Education among others receive their Degrees, Diplomas and Certificates.

While officiating at the conferment of awards, the Chancellor Prof. John Ssebuwufu urged graduates to transform the skills acquired to propel Uganda to a new level of development.

“Kyambogo University has equipped you with skills that are on high demand in the work market, therefore it’s critical that you put them to use,” the Chancellor told an excited gathering of fresh graduates.

He further urged them to desist from wasting their lives in acts of ‘smoking weed’ and ‘indecent dressing’ which are perceived as fashionable.

“I also advise you to be patient in pursuit of riches. You won’t become rich and attain all the posh cars in an overnight.”

Meanwhile, over 1,000 students are set to miss the graduation as a result of retakes and issues related to missing marks.

The Vice Chancellor stated that 134 students will be awarded First Class Degrees in different disciplines.
He noted that the university’s enrollment has continued to rise over the years with 13,000 students being admitted last year.

The last 2 years have seen several programs reviewed and at least 29 new programs developed which are due for accreditation.

“There’s however still a challenge of inadequate human resources. Much as the academic staff has almost doubled from 340 to 620, this is still below the required 1,680 staff to handle 2,500 students,” he said.

Kyambogo is looking to increase the annual student intake to 50,000 in the next 2-3 years. Funds have been secured from government to build new infrastructure this year.

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