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A very good question: what next dear graduate?

Three weeks ago, Makerere University held its annual graduation ceremony: the 70th, to be exact. There were a bout 13,509 graduands who were awarded various degrees and diplomas in all the pragmatic and not so pragmatic stuff that our beloved…

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