Why Makerere University dismissed 45 staff

The report by the university’s Appointments Board, which Daily Monitor has seen, shows that the staff were dismissed on December 22 last year for alleged insubordination, failure to hand in marks in time and, among other wrongs.

~ Daily Monitor

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