Zziwa Raymond, a second-year student pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Business Statistics at MUBS has been missing since 12th April 2022 when he left his hostel.
No one knows his whereabouts since no one has been able to reach out to him.
The public has been notified to report any information or if seen anywhere to contact 0783005346 or 0778154059 or 0708403331.
In recent weeks, two Kyambogo University students also went missing, a one Kimera Boniface who was later found dead around the shores of Lake Victoria, and Osuta Julius who had gone into hiding after he spent his tuition on sports betting.
Please help friends and family find Zziwa Raymond.
MUBS was established in the 1960s as the National College of Business Studies (NCBS). It offered business and management diplomas as well as professional training in business. At that time, the college offered diplomas, the main ones being the Uganda Diploma in Business Studies and the Higher Diploma in Marketing.
In 1997, the Faculty of Commerce at Makerere University was merged with NCBS, thereby creating MUBS, a constituent college of Makerere University. The staff and students of both institutions were brought together at the 45 acres (18 ha) campus at Nakawa, approximately 5.5 kilometers (3.4 mi), east of Kampala’s central business district.
In 2001, due to changes in the laws of Uganda, MUBS transformed from a constituent college of Makerere University to a “public tertiary institution” affiliated with Makerere University.
However, this arrangement did not work well, resulting in Makerere introducing competing duplicate courses at the main campus, while MUBS started to agitate for complete autonomy. Finally, in 2012, the autonomy sought by MUBS was granted by the Uganda Ministry of Education and Sports.