Michelle Kirabo won the presidential guild elections that were held today by Victoria University and she was announced the new guild president of the university hours ago.
Kirabo garnered 461 votes against Abdul Basit Kasimagwa who garnered only 155 votes.
Kirabo is pursuing a bachelor’s degree of Journalism and Media Studies student. She succeeds Mark Serebe.
Talking to the media after the announcement, Kirabo promised to be more a practical leader and to uphold the image and status of the university.
“Thanks to all of you who turned for voting. You believed and trusted me. During the campaigns, I did too much talking but now that I have won, I will do less talking and more action. I have one year in office but with a lot of things to do and I am ready to work on them…,” Kirabo promised.