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- ItemThe cost of a corrupt life style to a christian lessons from Bible(Uganda Christian University, 2017) Mpagi, David
- ItemThe Church and Politics: an unhappy marriage!(2018-02-15) Ogoola, James M.The church in Politics is an unhappy marriage! A marriage of sorrows – unhappy because politicians across the planet hate the dictates of conscience and morality; unhappy because politics makes martyrs of the church. I am elated therefore, to have been asked by the organisers of Luwum public lecture to think about and to talk about the theme: “Should the Church Be Involved in Politics?” Within that theme, I have with poetic license carved out the particular topic of my discourse: “The Church in Politics; An Unhappy Marriage”.
- ItemReflections on the impact of developing an oil and gas industry on society(2018-03-07) Christophersen, Hans PeterThis presentation highlights elements that are key in the development process of engaging in oil and gas mining; the impact of the activities on industry in society and the environment. Relevant examples are drawn from the Norway and African experiences. Issues discussed include historical perspectives, success factors, price volatility, managing the sector, jobs and national participation, industry and general thoughts on developing the oil industry.
- ItemRealizing Public Accountability In Uganda's Public Service Delivery System - A Myth or Reality?(Uganda Christian University, 2018-10) Kagaba, CissyCorruption can be defined as misuse of office for personal gain. It includes; Offering, giving, promising, solicitation or acceptance of any goods of monetary value or benefit or undue advantage in exchange for any act or omission in the performance of a person’s duties. It also takes the forms of; neglect of duty, corruptly procuring tenders, bribery, diversion of public resources. Accountability refers to the obligations of public enterprises and agencies (who are entrusted with public resources) to be answerable for fiscal and social responsibilities, to those who have assigned such responsibilities to them. Accountability can also involve citizens holding their leaders accountable for their actions, most especially if the actions are against the public good. It can as well be defined as being responsible to someone for actions taken. Transparency refers to openness and ease within which information can be accessed by the public. Transparency is needed for accountability and is an indicator of a government that is citizen focused and service oriented. It implies a proactive effort to make information accessible to the citizens.
- Item“Working against corruption tendencies; a personal responsibility for Christians or individual responsibility? (“Okulwanyisa obuli bwenguzi, buvunanyizibwa bwani ani?”)(Uganda Christian University, 2018-10) Kansiime, EllyBefore we talk of fighting corruption we must first know what it is and what it is capable of doing to us as individuals and our society, so that we can seek for ways of working together against it. First of all corruption is a silent and slow but sure mover. It begins with small words, small actions and sometimes with small people; in small places and utilizing small occasions with little pressure. As it gains ground on an individual, it begins to creep towards bigger people and places, this time using bigger words and actions until it infects others and their workplaces. The biblical ethical dilemma expressed in Pro.29:2 about corruption seems to be accusing leaders and exonerating the subjects, but corruption is inherent in all of us with the potential to destroy character, not only of the corrupt individual but also of the person it is aimed at, and will only surface when opportunities come. It is therefore a cross cutting vice. So what is corruption?
- ItemRemarks By The University Chancellor, The Most Rev Dr Stephen Samuel Kaziimba Mugalu at the 23rd Graduation Ceremony on Friday, 28th October 2022 at Uganda Christian University, Mukono(2022-10-28) Mugalu, Stephen Samuel KaziimbaIt is with great pleasure that I once again stand before you to preside over the 23rd graduation ceremony as we also celebrate the Silver Jubilee for this great University. Uganda Christian University, is 25 years old today! I would like to thank the University Council, the Vice Chancellor and the management team, members of staff, students’ government as well as our development partners and other stakeholders for the achievements over the past 25 years and for the immense support you have given us.
- ItemVice Chancellor’s Speech at the Second Session of the 23rd Graduation Ceremony (Part 2)(2022-10-28) Mushengyezi, AaronWarm greetings in Christ from the UCU Community, Mama Patience and my family. Happy Silver Jubilee to UCU! I welcome you all to the second session of the 23rd graduation ceremony. Congratulations to all of you, graduands! This is a special day for you, your parents, guardians, and sponsors.
- ItemRemarks of the Chairperson University Council to the 23rd Graduation Ceremony (Part 2)(2022-10-28) Olwa, AlfredThe COVID-19 pandemic greatly affected the economic wellbeing of our families and something that our families are struggling with at this point in time, is to educate their children. I must therefore commend our parents and sponsors who have sacrificed greatly to ensure that our students graduate today. Can I request our graduands to clap/applaud our parents and sponsors for the great job that they have done.