Professor Barnabas Nawangwe:Students must go to class

Makerere University Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe

The University Vice-Chancellor, Professor Barnabas Nawangwe requested students and teachers to come back to class with a quick impact.

“Assessments will initiate as anticipated November 18 and there will be no expansion of the semester,” he cautioned.

“Assessments will initiate as anticipated November 18 and there will be no expansion of the semester,” Professor Barnabas Nawangwe cautioned.

The circumstance at Makerere University has come back to ordinary after week-long running fights between the police and understudies over the 15% educational cost increase.

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Professor Barnabas Nawangwe
Professor Barnabas Nawangwe

He said, “suspended students will confront the disciplinary council inside about fourteen days”. However, they will go to class and sit for their tests.

It’s affirmed that the University Guild President, Kateregga was arrested by security agents and confined in an unidentified area. Be that as it may, the Kampala Metropolitan Police representative, Patrick Onyango denied the claim.

“That is phony news. He doesn’t have a case to answer and he is also not not anywhere in the cells,” Onyango said.


In addition, he said Police would keep up a nearness at Makerere University to keep up peace.

In conclusion, in July a year ago, the college chamber endorsed the 15% educational cost increase for the college understudies beginning 2018/19.

The University Council had before recommended a 91% augmentation which cocked eyebrows among understudies.

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