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LIST: See 75 relatives Prof Balunywa employed at Mubs as son eyes Guild Presidency

MUBS Guild Presidential Hopeful, Juma Balunywa (left) poses for a photo with his father Prof Wasswa Balunywa

Kampala, (UG):- At Makerere University Business School (MUBS) in Nakawa, The Balunywa empire is getting stronger and stronger each that goes by with now a queue of over 75 employees at the institution being related to former Principal, Prof Waswa Balunywa.

And now, the son of former MUBS Boss, Juma Wasswa Balunywa is the latest to join the queue of Prof Balunywa’s relatives at MUBS.

Jumwa Balunywa has within less than two years emerged as a prominent figure, and is now ready to vie for the institution’s guild presidency, thanks to his trending JWB Anhaa campaign making waves on social media.

The videos in which a group of students are recorded singing praises of Balunywa Jr have caught the attention of many because of the style and creativity used in the campaign trail of the mentioned contestant.

But that is not the focus of this article, we will analyze the empire left behind by Prof Balunywa whose term as the Principal of MUBS expired and found no green light for the renewal.

His departure from MUBS however did not put an end to the name “Balunywa” and its attachments, thanks to the over 70 relatives he brought to the fathom of the Institution’s human resource structure.

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An extract of a list of employees at the Institution titled “Relatives Employees by Prof Balunywa at Makerere University Business School” whose source this website could not verify as it bore no letterhead or the official stamp involves brothers, sisters, children and wives/mistresses of the former MUBS boss serving in various capacities at the Nakawa-based branch of Makerere University.

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See below the list of Balunywa’s relatives at MUBS

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