Eve Mbasabye

Eve Mbasabye

Katuntu Too Busy To Fight For Cosase Leadership

The Chairperson of the Committee of Commissions, Statutory Authorities and State Enterprises (COSASE) Abdu Katuntu has said he is too busy to fight for the leadership of the Committee and isn’t interested in debating the missing reports of state agencies.

Katuntu made the remarks Tuesday, after meeting with officials from Bank of Uganda as he addressed journalists at Parliament saying that when the time of COSASE elapses, they will pack up their bags and leave for the new team to take charge.

“When our time elapses, we shall go. We aren’t going to rush anything, if our term elapses, we shall go. This thing isn’t about me or us, that decision will be taken by the leaders of the opposition and Parliament and I just don’t want to get involved in it because I am a busy man,” Katuntu said.

Cosase famously came into the spotlight when it began investing Bank of Uganda irregularly sale of seven commercial banks following a report by the auditor general indicating that the central bank had made mistakes in the processes of closing down these banks.

Katuntu’s tenure as cosase chairperson is set to expire on January 13 but speaker of parliament Rebecca Kadaga extended it to February 20 something that has not gone down well with opposition politicians.

PHOTOS: Vice Chancellor Dines With Victoria University Excelling Students

Motivation is a big aspect of learning and it comes in all types, shapes and approach. For Victoria University Vice Chancellor, Dr. Krishna N. Sharma, a dinner at a cozy restaurant or hotel gives him the chance to bond and inspire and motivate his best performing students.

 

And as it is becoming a routine, the Vice Chancellor on Friday, at Fang Fang restaurant, hosted the annual Vice Chancellors Dinner 2018 in honor of best performing students with CGPA 4.4 and above from different faculties.

 

The sumptous dinner is attended by Victoria University students, Vice Chancellor, Academic Registrar, the University Promoter Rajiv Ruparelia and Naiya K Ruparelia, Faculty Deans and the marketing team of the University.

 

Last year over 20 students who performed well in various exams were treated to a sumptuous dinner at Nanjing Restaurant in Kampala. The University said this is one way of motivating students to perform well.

The Vice Chancellor, Dr. Krishna N. Sharma, recognized the good performance of Best performing students that got first class CGPA to motivate them. “The overall intention of this diner is to thank and motivate the best performing students to keep performing well.

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Speke Resort Wins Global Luxury Hotel Award

Speke Resort Munyonyo recently announced they had received recognition from The World Luxury Hotel Awards. “We are pleased to announce that we are 2018 Winners at the recently concluded World Luxury Awards! Thanks to all those who voted and the unending support,” Speke Resort wrote on their social media pages.

Greg Petzer, General Manager, Speke Resort Munyonyo, when contacted said they have received communication from The World Luxury Hotel Awards. They now wait for the awards ceremonial night which happen on 10, November at Ayana Resort and Spa in Bali, Indonesia.

The World Luxury Hotel Awards are voted for by the public and are awarded to luxury hotels or hospitality groups across 99 different categories, presented on a regional, continental, global and country basis, with one hotel receiving the overall global accolade.

World Luxury Hotel Awards is the pinnacle of achievement in the luxury hotel industry offering international recognition as voted by guests, travelers and industry players alike.

Over 300 000 international travelers vote each year, during a four-week period to select the winners. Luxury hotels have the opportunity to participate in the World Luxury Hotel Awards by entering hotel categories that showcase their unique selling points and destinations.

Speke Resort Set To Host Fun Family Day

Speke Resort Munyonyo will on Sunday 23rd September, 2018, host a Family Fun Day at the Stables from 11:00 am to 6:00pm. It will be a fun packed day for all the family. Tickets for adults are available at Shs30,000 while entrance for kids is free of charge. 

The days fun activities will include cooking competitions, polo lessons, boat ride, horse riding, water slide, bouncing castle, golf putting competition among others. There will also be food and drinks counters.

The food and beverages counters will be serving pizza, sushi, grilled meat, Indian vegetables, fast foods, ice cream, cakes and desserts, cocktails, wines and spirits, beer and soda.

The event organizers are calling all budding chefs to participate in cooking competition. The cooking competition which help participants to show off their cooking skills has be divided into three age categories.

The first competition will be among kids under ten years, then those between 10 and 14 and finally adults. Lots of prizes and raffle prizes will be won on the day.  

All proceeds from the event, according to organizers will be utilized to support underprivileged paediatric cancer patients lodge. New Hope Childrens hostel, a charitable organization will be getting a lab facility with blood chemistry and full blood count machine.

New Hope Children’s hostel is a home away from home for children with cancer while they access treatment from the Uganda Cancer Institute (UCI).

For more details about the event, please contact 0794874455/0702010017 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. For ticket purchases and further inquiry call 0776005786. The event is supported by Speke Resort, The Lawns, Cafe Roma, Oryx among others.

 

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