There is always the positivity and negativity of every situation in life. But it’s every guru’s choice. One day, I go out to a restaurant with a colleague and I get embarrassed when he says the glass of juice they had brought was half
Keneth Twesigye, a Computer Science student at UTAMU has been chosen to take part in the Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Programme (TEEP) 2016 competition. Entrepreneurs, with an average age range of 21-40, from 51 African countries are expected
His brilliant business idea of bridging the incubation gap in this country pushed him to be recognized among the most promising entrepreneurs in the Tony Elumelu Entrepreneurship Program (TEEP2016) Keneth Twesigye, a 2nd year Computer Science
They started with shoestring capital but the business they run today has changed their lives and the lives of those around UTAMU campus in some way. Almost every big business today began as a startup–Apple, Google, Starbucks, you name it.
As style trends get elusive, our fellow countrymen and women get victimized to the immoral and antisocial acts against the African culture. Last year, H.E Yoweri Kaguta Museveni, the President of Uganda signed the Anti-Pornography Bill which