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At the same meeting, the University Council also adopted the Senate’s recommendation to re-advertise the position of the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Finance and Administration).
According to Makerere publicist Ritah Namisango, during the deliberations on the Senate report, the Council noted that the position did not attract suitable candidates as observed by the Senate.
“The Council further observed that instead of re-advertising the position, there was need to redefine the role of the administrator in order to attract suitable candidates,” says Namisango.
Subsequently, observes Namisango, the University Council decided that since there is an ongoing process to restructure positions and offices in the campus administration, it was imperative to wait for the report from the Taskforce on Job Evaluation and Re-organisation of Makerere University, which will definitely provide guidance on the position of the Deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of finance and administration. This report is expected by September 30.
“As we wait for the aforementioned report, Tickodri Togboa will still hold the position in acting capacity,” clarifies Namisango.