Makerere VC Nawangwa suspends three students


By Ronald Kabuye
Makerere University has Indefinitely suspended three students for allegedly threatening to disrupt activities at the university and pausing danger to lives and damage of university property over tuition increment.

In three letters dated August 6th, the vice chancellor Prof Barnabas Nawangwa accuses the three students; Daniel Kituno from the college of Education and External studies, Samuel Kigula from the college of health science and Jobs Dhabona from the College of humanities and social sciences for circulating provocative messages on social media calling for defiance over the university activities.

Nawangwa also faults the trio for holding an illegal demonstration during which they disrupted the Guild representative council meeting on 5th August causing danger to the lives of the participants and destroying university property.

Meanwhile Nawangwa also directed the university chief security officer to commence criminal proceedings against the trio and ensure they immediately vacate the university premises.

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