LDC Academic registrar fired over sexually harassing students
By AFAYO SHADRACH BETHEL
The Law Development Centre has fired its Academic Registrar, Everest Turyahikayo after being accused of sexually harassing female students.
In a statement released yesterday, the LDC secretary, Hamis Lukyamuzi Ddungu explained that a meeting by the institution’s management committee considered a report of the appointment’s committee and took several decisions including the firing of the Academic Registrar.
The LDC also fired the assistant academic registrar Mary Nakigozi, who had earlier been interdicted over soliciting money from students so as to alter examination marks in their favour.
According to the statement, Nakigozi was also found guilty of gross misconduct as provided for under Order 8.1.3 of the LDC standing orders for failure to professionally and ethically discharge the responsibilities and high standards required of her office in management and processing of examination results.
Church of Uganda Archbishop Stephen Kaziimba Mugalu has asked government to set up a mechanism for learners to report individuals recruiting them into homosexuality.
Archbishop Kaziimba says as Church leaders, they have received reports of individuals on a mission of recruiting school children into acts of homosexuality.
While delivering his Christmas message at the church secretariat in Namirembe, Kampala, yesterday, the archbishop warned parents, teachers and students against the people attracting them into evil acts.
Archbishop Kaziimba reiterated that the church he heads will always uphold biblical teachings that marriage is between one man and one woman.