Mao lambasts university students over lifestyle

BY DOUGLAS OLUM The Democratic Party (DP) President General, Norbert Mao, has slammed Uganda Christian University students over anti-social lifestyles. “These days people don’t even know their neighbours. I am sure those of you who live in hostels, don’t know who lives in the next room. I’m just telling you that you can’t have a citizenship where people are disconnected. Active citizenship is about strong family bonds and then voluntary associations,” Mao said. Mao made the remarks while speaking at the 2018 UCU Law Society Symposium, held in Nkoyoyo Hall…

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Congs to the law students, aluta continua!

Kudos to the law faculty and students for their immense efforts in lifting high the banner not only of the law school but also making Uganda Christian University shine. The UCU moot team has been selected and will be representing Uganda in the Philip C. Jessup International Law Moot Court Competition that will be taking place from April 9 at New Jersey Avenue, Washington DC. The hard work of the faculty and students is very much appreciated, and such achievements are a strong selling point for UCU both at the…

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UCU wins moot competition

BY STAFF WRITER Uganda Christian University (UCU) has won in the first-ever inter-university moot debate in East Africa. The East African Law Students Association (EALSA) in association with Uganda Law Society, the UCU Law Society and Uganda’s Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs, organised the moot n on November 12 in Nkoyoyo Hall, UCU Mukono. A team of UCU’s law students, including Loyce Donah Katushabe, Hilda Afekuru and Priscillah Nauma beat Makerere University in the finals. The event was graced by Justice Ezekiel Muhanguzi from the High Court of Uganda…

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