Dr Crispus Kiyonga, 71-72, on obtaining a Masterâ€™s degree in health management from John Hopkins University, USA.
Dr Martin Aliker, 44-47, on becoming board chairman of the Heritage Oil and Gas Company of Uganda.
Nigel Othembi, 85-86, on becoming a High Court registrar in charge of education and public affairs.
Dr Eric Adriko, 57-62, on a job well done of serving as URA board chairman for the last six years.
Mr Ibrahim Kabanda, 48-50, on becoming the new board chairman of URA.
Dr William Kalema, 58-69, on being selected by Prime Minister Tony Blair to join the new special commission for Africa and becoming board chairman of the Bankom Group.
Mr Sam Kibuuka, 61-66, on joining the Development Finance Company board.
Mr Ivan Kyayonka, 72-77, on joining the Board of URA.
Dr Ernest Sempebwa, 29-35, on receiving an honorary doctorate from Nkumba University.
Mr Ben Dramadri, 59-60, on becoming the Electricity Regulatory Authority board chairman.
Mr Samson Muwanguzi, 56-67, on becoming board chairman, Kampala Parents School.
Keep the fire burning. Gakyali Mabaga.
Dr Edward Kayondo
Mobiliser Old Budonians Club
The Old Budonians Club recognises achievements