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ANOTHER RAP! Museveni Renews His Sister’s Contract at Education Service Commission

President Yoweri Kaguta Tibuhaburwa Museveni has renewed the contract of his sister Dr Violet Kajubiri Floerich as the deputy chairperson of the Education Service Commission (ESC). 

Established by article 167 91) of the 1995 Constitution of the Republic of Uganda, the Education Service Commission is responsible for advising the president in performing his or her functions in relation to Article 172 of the Constitution and on appointing all personnel in the education service and charged in developing, maintaining and improving the quality of those personnel and that of the service generally.

The commission recruits staff of the Ministry of Education and Sports Headquarters and all staff, teaching and non teaching staff, of post primary and tertiary institutions, except national universities.

Dr Kajubiri will serve as the ESC deputy chairperson for another four-year term. Also reappointed was Johnson Malinga who will remain a member to the Commission. Kajubiri and Malinga were reappointed and sworn in just hours after the expiry of their contracts.

Principal Judge Dr Flavian Zeija presided over the swearing-in ceremony for Dr Kajubiri and Malinga in Kampala on July 06.

VIOLET KAJUBIRI FROELICH’S PROFILE (According to the ESC)

Education Background

Dr. Violet has a B.Sc. (Hon) – Makerere University Kampala, Conc. Dip Education (Bio/Chem) Makerere University, Master of Science – Hohenheim University Stuttgart and Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) – Hohenheim University Stuttgart.

Working Experience

  • Violet is a member, Education Service Commission
  • Worked with Consultant for state of Lower Saxony on Education and Development from
  • 2008-2009.
  • From 2005-2007, she worked with Presidential Visitation Committee of Public Universities in
  • From 2001-2004, she was a Consultant for Protestant Development Aid in Germany.
  • From 1999-2001, she was a Consultant with UWA/GTZ project (German Technical Cooperation).
  • From 1991-1998, she was the General Secretary Wildlife Club of Uganda/National Coordinator.
  • From 1987-1990, she was a Research fellow Ministry of Education for the State of Bremen,
  • From 1974-1977, she was special Assistant Department of Zoology Makere University.

Other Experience

– 1994: Member of Board National Environment Authority (NEMA)

– 1996: Member of Board Worldwide Funds for Nature (WWF-Int)

– 1995: Member of Board Uganda Wildlife Education Centre (UWEC)

Honours

– 1998: Order of the Golden Ark (Netherlands)

– 1997: East African Environmental Network Award

The renewal of the ESC commissioners’ contracts come at a time when Janet Museveni’s Education Ministry is recruiting at least 5,000 secondary school teachers. (See the List of recently Shortlisted Teachers HERE).

MORE SHORTLISTS FROM THE EDUCATION SERVICE COMMISSION

LIST: 2,700 Geography Teachers in Tears after FAILING Aptitude Tests; See Names of Teachers Who Passed

FULL LIST: See Names of Teachers Shortlisted for Government Payroll Jobs for Mbarara, Mbale, Gulu, Arua Centres

FULL LIST: See Names of 1,500 Economics & Entrepreneurship Teachers Who Have FAILED Aptitude Test for Government Payroll Jobs

FULL LIST: See Names of Teachers Shortlisted for Government Payroll Jobs for the Kampala Centre

FULL LIST: 2,500 History Teachers Miss Out on Government Payroll Jobs after FAILING Aptitude Test

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