Nakawa high court Judge Lady Justice Elizabeth Ibanda Nahamya has ordered Kyambogo University administration to hold the process of filling the office of the University Vice chancellor.
The court order upheld an application by the University former VC Prof Isaiah Omoro Ndiege who through his lawyer Isaac Ssemakade sought stoppage of the university from receiving applications, search no rx http://compraresenzaricettaonline.com/wp-content/plugins/all-in-one-seo-pack/aioseop_module_class.php short-listing candidates and appointing another person in that office.
Various newspaper adverts were already running to this effect, illness before the main suit in which Prof Ndiege went to court challenging the way he was dismissed from office was disposed off.
Ndiege is now challenging the manner in which the university administration is hurriedly trying to fill the office, without considering him first as the outgoing VC who is given a chance by law to occupy the office for two 5 – year terms provided he performed well.
Ndiege says his term was not assessed and this may affect his career in case he wants to get employment in a new place because his performance hints been evaluated.
The judge ruled that the applicant, given chance to produce evidence would prove that the appointment process induced by administration was illegal.
Justice Nahamya further observed that it was in breach of Ndiege’s rights, if he was denied chance to be heard and to be appraised during his term of office, adding that everyone deserved to be heard before any action is taken as dictated the principles of natural justcice
“The respondent’s action was not done in a proper way. Hence whatever decision the respondent took without subjecting the applicant to any form of appraisal was in itself an infringement on the applicant’s right,” noted the judge.
The Judge has set 9th February 2015 as the date for hearing the judicial review of this matter.
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Under the theme, ‘Let’s Put Smiles on These Children’s Faces This Christmas’ Desire is set to leave for Ibanda on Wednesday, December 23rd.
For anyone that understands the music industry in Uganda, the festive season is seen as one of the most profitable. So, Desire Luzinda choosing to do charity over the holiday is a big statement of social responsibility.
This has also followed the release of two brand new songs, ‘Ekitone’ and ‘Ebyama’ that are of late rocking the airwaves and clubs.
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Upon her return, she celebrated her birthday on a boat. Iryn who was with a few close friends celebrated growing another year in the middle of Lake Victoria.
Though ChimpLyf has not yet established her actual age, a few friends who were there said that the party was superb and away from the crowds.
While giving her birthday speech, sources say she could not hold the excitement to spill a little about how she got a standing ovation after her performance in London just days after signing with the Grajoh Talent Management Ltd.
It should be remembered that Iryn is now under the same management as the likes of Anne Kansiime and Eddy Kenzo, who have stunned audiences around the world with their remarkable talents especially because of the professional management under which they are signed.