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I congratulate Joshua Cheptegei upon setting a new 5000m World Record. Cheptegei has once again made Uganda proud and brought smiles to the faces of Ugandans amidst the COVID-19 scare. Congratulations!

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Stanbic Supporting Mak Business Continuity

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The Vice Chancellor-Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe (R) receives one of the laptops from Stanbic Bank CEO-Anne Juuko (L) during the handover of the donation on 14th October 2020, CTF1, Makerere University, Kampala Uganda.

I thank Anne Juuko the CEO of Stanbic Bank and her team for facilitating our business continuity through the very generous donation of 32 desktops and 12 laptops. Your support is indeed invaluable.

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Interacting with UPDF, UPF & UPS Officers Training at Mak

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The Vice Chancellor-Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe (C) poses for a group photo at CTF1, Makerere University, Kampala Uganda, with Facilitators as well as UPDF, UPF and UPS Officers that took part in the UNSCR 1325 training.

I had the pleasure to interact with officers from the Uganda Peoples Defence Forces (UPDF), Uganda Prisons Service (UPS) and Uganda Police Force (UPF) who are undergoing training by the Makerere University Rotary Peace Center (RPC) on UN Security Council Resolution 1325. Mak is proud to collaborate with the agencies that maintain peace in our country.

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Joshua Cheptegei does it again!

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Joshua Cheptegei poses with the Crown shortly after setting a New World Record at the NN World Record Day on 7th October 2020 in Valencia Spain. Photo credit: Twitter/@joshuacheptege1

Congratulations Joshua Cheptegei for once again making Uganda proud.

He set a new World Record in the men’s 10,000m race when he clocked 26:11:02 to to break Ethiopian running legend Kenenisa Bekele’s 26:17:53 World Record that had stood for fifteen years.

The feat was achieved at the NN World Record Day in Valencia Spain, where Letesenbet Gidey set a new World Record in the Women’s 5,000m race when she clocked 14:06:65 to break fellow Ethiopian Tirunesh Dibaba’s 14:11:15 set twelve years ago.

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