Makerere To Unveil Magic Tool For Stemming Corruption


The briefing will be held in the Senior Common Room, check Main building starting 10am, sick according to the University’s publicist Ritah Namisango.

The media is expected to task Baryamureeba to explain how campus is copying considering the increased power shortage.

It emerged recently the Law college was the most affected as students miss evening lectures due to lack of a power generator.

During the conference, doctor Steven Senyonga, a Psychology Consultant at the School of Psychology, College of Humanities and Social Sciences will give a presentation.

He will unveil the tool for testing integrity and ethics among job applicants in private and public sector.

With this new scale, you can measure and determine a person’s integrity thus curtailing corruption.

Dr. Consolanta Kabonesa, Dean, School of Women and Gender Studies, College of Humanities and Social Sciences will present a paper on Gender and Climate Change titled Introduction of short course aimed at mitigating the effects of climate change.

Prof. Oswald Ndoleriire, Principal, College of Humanities and Social Sciences will address press as well.


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