Chancellor warns against university land grabbing

Archbishop Stanley Ntagali interacts with Maj David Matovu, the Mukono Resident District Commissioner, at Ntawo on the occasion the bishops were attacked by squatters in August (File Photo)

BY RONALD AWANY The Archbishop of the Church the Uganda and Chancellor of Uganda Christian University, the Most Rev Stanley  Ntagali, has urged the people of Arua against grabbing land from the church.  “You are selfish and greedy. You are only looking at yourself and ignoring others and that is why you are spiritually lame and your morals are decayed,” the chancellor told students, staff, elders and community members during community worship. Ntagali was on a two-day pastoral visit to the campus, November 21-22. The chancellor was accompanied by the…

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1,589 students graduate

Past graduands at the new Recreation Grounds (File Photo)

44 get first class degrees BY AGATHA MUHAISE Uganda Christian University (UCU) is sending off 1,589 graduates, during the third part of its 17th graduation. This time most of these – 900 – are female, including the best student overall, Fiona Nakibuuka, with a remarkable GPA of 4.82 in Bachelor of Community Health. Theceremonyistaking place at the main campus’s new Recreation Grounds in Mukono. It will cater for students from the Kampala campus, Arua campus and the main campus at Mukono. Out of the 1,589 graduands, 44 have attained first-class…

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Graduation not the end – Ntagali

BY DOREEN KAJERU Bishop Barham University College (BBUC) on October 14, held the second part of its 17th graduation ceremony at their campus in Kabale. While presiding over the ceremony, the Archbishop of the Church of Uganda and Chancellor of Uganda Christian University, the Most Rev Stanley Ntagali, cautioned the graduands to trust in the Lord at all times. “Graduation is a time of celebration, but it is not the end. Rather, it is the beginning. So, be cautious as you venture out. Do not let the excitement of your…

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