A week after winning the Kyambogo University Guild President race with over 5,000 votes, Serge Tumwine was finally sworn in during a function presided over by Vice-Chancellor Prof Eli Katunguka.
In a beautiful ceremony that took place on the afternoon of 22nd March 2022 in the Central Teaching Facility ( CTF) Auditorium room 105, the 17th Guild house handed over their tools of power to the 18th Guild house.
The Tumwine took their oath of allegiance to carry on their duties as expected of them.
Tumwine Serge, the Guild President-elect swore in as the 18th Guild President in the presence of the University administrators that is to say the Vice-Chancellor and the Dean of Students, and in the presence of fellow guild officials and other invited guests.
Akayo Dorcus was sworn in as the Vice Guild President and Mugisha Trust, the former FDC guild Presidential Flagbearer as the Prime Minister.
H.E Serge Tumwine’s speech entailed issues of WiFi connection all around campus, quality assurance, and the need for supplementary exams to improve the student’s performance and welfare.
He promised to address the issue of poor sanitation in halls of residence. He has pledged to put a central marking facility that will address the issue of missing marks.
H.E Serge Tumwine continued to express his gratitude to the students for enabling him to win so enormously, pledging a student-based leadership that will be focused on addressing the issues of the students.