Find out how many students have been implicated and what their fate is.
Hello and we hope this wet Thursday morning finds you all well. Let's briefly 'skim' through today's edition of Uganda's leading daily, New Vision, which, aside from picking a copy off the nearest street strand, can be accessed online HERE.
MAKERERE DEGREES CANCELLED
Following the marks scandal at Makerere University, the university council has decided to cancel hundreds of degrees and diplomas. Find out how many students have been implicated and what their fate is.
We have three pages on the Women's Day celebrations in Dokolo. We have the president's speech, two pages of pictures and a list of the women who were awarded medals.
UPDF IN ACTION
The UPDF has blocked the M23 rebels from entering the country from Congo. This follows the recent arrest of 40 armed M23 fighters in western Uganda. Find the measures UPDF has put in place to stop these rebels from coming back.
The Kabaka of Buganda has praised the late Mayanja Nkangi's integrity and humility. Get the Kabaka's tribute inside.
Karamoja has got new grain stores at Namalu. Find out how much grain these stores will hold, who will get the grain and where the grain is coming from.
Fake batteries are on sale in Uganda. These batteries explode while in use. Find out who is supplying these fake batteries in Kampala and how to identify these dangerous batteries.
Find out how the Lwengo Woman MP, Cissy Namujju, has managed to retain her seat after a lengthy court battle.
We have the full story on why Iganga municipal councillors fought each other. We have graphic details on how the youth councillor Ismael Typacca was beaten up outside the council offices.
Just to remind you that you can read the entire paper online HERE.
Have yourselves a blessed fruitful day!