Prof. George Openjuru Ladaa, the Vice Chancellor of Gulu University says the number brings to 13,782 students graduated since 2006 when the University held its maiden graduation with just 210 students.
Dr Walter Odongo, the Iodine Bio Fortification Project Manager at Gulu University, says the successful fortification of the two vegetables is a major development in the global search for alternative strategy for consumption of Iodized table salt.
Ronald Were, the Officer in charge of Crimes Intelligence and Investigation Department OC CIID at Gulu Central Police Officer says the students are wanted in connection with the incident in which 22 students were seriously injured at the tertiary institution.
The UMI Vice Chancellor, Geraldine Namirembe Bitamazire, says the modules are being developed in response to the growing need and increasing demand for skillful, efficient and committed managers, leaders and administrators.
Two weeks ago, the exercise was halted due to irregularities in the voter register after it emerged that the names of Boniface Ojengo, a candidate who had withdrawn from the exercise appeared in the ballot papers.
Excessive government red tape is delaying the arrivals of state of the art equipment for advanced specialised treatment of the brain and the kidney as well as the heart in Uganda. On Wednesday, Dr. David Tim McCall, the Executive Director of Restoration Gateway Projects in Uganda, took President Yoweri Museveni and First Lady Janet Museveni through a guided tour of the hospital shortly after commissioning it.
For Imagine Her, a youth led project funded by donors in Soroti district, training young women and men how to develop home grown hygienic sanitary towels is not only a viable economic vocation but also a powerful tool to keep girls at school longer
The corporation on Thursday morning disbursed 4,000 US dollars approximately 14.6 Million shillings towards paying the full tuition of two teenage female students joining secondary schools for four years. Each female student has 2000 US dollars for tuition, exercise books and sanitary towels amongst others.
The staff voted to call off the strike after they were assured of the availability of the 800 million shillings extra load allowances over which they declared the strike in October last year. The vice chancellor, Prof. George Ladaa Openjuru, thereafter announced that students will report back on February 14 for their end of semester one exams.
Claire Kearney Volpe, an adjunct professor from New York Universitys Tandon School of Engineering, says the training is an extension of digital accessibility Lab, a five-year community participatory project of the University of New York.
Prince Lagony was killed alongside one Okot Ogoni, with whom they had been appointed on a delegation to pursue a peaceful end to the LRA conflict. The delegation was headed by Betty Bigombe, the then Minister for Northern Uganda pacification.
Prof. Openyjuru, who has been the Universitys Deputy Vice-Chancellor since 2015, beat four candidates to clinch the Universitys top job. They are Prof David Obua - a US-based researcher, Dr Byaruhanga Rukooko - an associate professor in Philosophy at Makerere University and Prof Paul Waku - a pharmacologist and founding dean of Busitema University.
Professor Jack Nyeko Penmogi, the acting University Vice-Chancellor says that although suspending the exams was unfortunate, it was the last resort for the administration to restore sanity at the institution.
URN has learnt that the exams were re-scheduled due to a strike by academic staff over accumulated over load allowances amounting to Shillings 700 million. The money was accumulated over this semester by lecturers working on weekends amongst others.
The affected include Peace Atim, Lawrence Okello and Denis Ojok. They paid registration fee totaling to 550,000 Shillings to Odokopira. However, they later learnt that they were never registered for the examinations due to start on October 13.