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February 8, 2022


Bishop Barham University College-UCU Bids Farewell to two Senior Staff Members

On Friday 4th Feb 2022, two senior staff of Bishop Barham University College retired from active university service.

Rev.Canon Gideon Kwizera Chaplain UCU-BBUC and Ven.Adonia Bahugukire Academic Registrar BBUC have both officially retired from active service.

Rev.Canon Gideon Kwizera Joined BBUC in 2004 as a Greek lecturer for one year,He was later employed as the Chaplain of BBUC since then up to 2022.

He hands over the mantle to Rev. Moses Agaba who will be in acting capacity till further notice. He served this institution for a period of 17 years which he applauds God fo.

During his tenure as the chaplain, Rev.Gideon conducted religious worship, performed spiritual functions associated with religious faith, and aided in the spiritual well-being of the congregation. He appreciates BBUC Community for the support accorded to him during his time of service as the chaplain of BBUC while he waved his last as the chaplain.

Venerable Adonia Bahugukire the outgoing Academic Registrar in his remarks appreciated BBUC Community for being the best team he could ever ask for during his reign as the Academic registrar and Head of Theology Department.

Venerable first served as the Head of Theology Department for 3 years and 1 year as the Academic Registrar.He retires with joy saying that he will miss the company, love and the care from this community. Bishop Barham University College will forever be my home he said.Rev.Adonia Hands over to Mrs.Catherine Mastiko as the Acting Academic Registrar.

In his remarks the principal Bishop Barham University College Mr. Aggrey Yesigomwe said the two senior Clergy have served the University faithfully reciting that they have been role models especially to the students who have been training to join the church ministry, He reminded them that their input in the training will never be forgotten.

He bade them farewell with the Psalm 119:16 “I delight in your decrees; I will not neglect your word.”

On behalf of BBUC he wished them the best in their next Journey of life as they retire and urged them to continue doing Gods’ Ministry.