THE dean of students Pastor John Ekudu is puzzled by the coincidence of the neighbouring community to Makerere University has the same menu and timetable with the university. â€œYou know this issue is so funny because students are always complaining of being given little food yet
THE dean of students Pastor John Ekudu is puzzled by the coincidence of the neighbouring community to Makerere University has the same menu and timetable with the university. â€œYou know this issue is so funny because students are always complaining of being given little food yet it is their fault. Some of you steal the food and sell it to the people outside. We have observed that we have the same menu and timetable with outside locals. the day Makerere prepares chicken, the rest of the neighbouring places like Katanga are also having chicken,â€ he told the students.
Bakoko can think!
Gender, Labour and Social Development Minister Zoe Bakoko Bakoru is a quick thinker. she has instructed youth delegates to go to the villages and tell the people that they should not hesitate to vote for a Tree in the July 28 referendum on change of political parties. â€œThe pillar of a house is a tree. There is no house without wood in it. The â€˜Noâ€™ side should stop confusing people that they vote for the House because they canâ€™t sleep on a tree. The tree is the most important thing in a house therefore they should vote for the Tree symbolising the â€˜Yesâ€™ side,â€ she said. Bakoko was reacting to concerns of the youth delegates at the National Youth Council Delegates Conference in Kampala on Saturday, that people appreciate the House compared to the Tree symbol.
Northern Youth MP Dan Kidega forgives but never forgets. He recently revealed that in 1999 before he joined Parliament, he was a regular attendant at the strangers gallery but one day as he went to listen to debate on a censure motion of one minister, a policeman denied him entrance and he was so irritated. â€œThe policeman lifted me and threw me outside but I told him that as a policeman he had less chances of joining parliament as compared to me, a student.â€ When he became an MP he looked up the policeman and reassured him. â€œI told you that one day you would be my guard and here I am,â€ he said.
Bugweri County MP Abdu Katuntu has said if even President Museveni abuses him on a daily basis he would not accept his job. Katuntu who was addressing the press on Thursday was responding to the Presidentâ€™s attacks who once described him as a poisonous mushroom.
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