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Yusuf Butanda MUK vs KYU Hero

He exhibited the spirit of sportsmanship this is why we call him our hero for the day.
What he thinks about the game.

“I think such games between rival parties should be taken to a neutral ground or else heavy military should be deployed so that they maintain order when the game is going on” he said… 206 more words

Emergency doors at Makerere library should be utilized

Following, the recent attacks in Kenya that occurred on Thursday  2nd, where Al-shabaab gunmen attacked Garissa University, storming dormitory buildings and killing148 students. The massacre was Kenyan’s deadliest attack since the 1998 US embassy bombing in Nairobi. 247 more words

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MUK SLIPPERY ROAD PATH

 By Judith Nafula

Rain destroys and inconveniences movement,but this should not be seen in the great institution in sub-saharan Africa.

This path is down on the right side of  Lumumba hall moving to the MUK western gate.However,can’t vehicles use smarter routes? 192 more words

AGRA, MaK to sponsor plant breeding students

Written by Prossy Nandudu – New Vision

The growing population in Africa calls for more innovation in research to come up with crop varieties that are high yielding and tolerant to pests and diseases and effects of climate change.

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Experiences on the Patient Care Wards at Mulago Hospital: Part 1

Friday was our final day at Mulago Hospital in Kampala before we ventured on to Masindi yesterday. All of us have found our time at Mulago to be an extremely rewarding experience to work along side fellow pharmacy interns in a foreign country. 544 more words

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Makerere guild victory party turned booty competition

By Clare Muhindo

By 6pm on Tuesday, Makerere University’s University hall (UH) grounds were filled to capacity, with students dancing jumping and others screaming on top of their voices. 462 more words

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Participating in an International Health Professions Student Conference: A Really Unique Opportunity

First Joint International Scientific Students’ Conference:  A Post by Lizzie Cook

On Wednesday and Thursday we attended the First Joint International Scientific Students’ Conference (JISSC) hosted by the Makerere University Pharmacy Student Association and other health professions’ student organizations. 700 more words

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