Uganda: Makerere suspends nine students, warns 26

Makerere University has suspended nine students and warned 26 of them for allegedly destroying property during the ongoing unrest at the institution.

The university’s management published the names of those suspended and warned, in a communication on its website and social media accounts.

According to the message titled, Management Disciplinary Action, affected students are requested to collect their letters from the Office of the Dean of Students.

“Management has taken disciplinary action on students who have destroyed University property, injured fellow students and property for businesses operating outside.

The involved students have been suspended and others warned,” the statement on University’s official twitter handle reads.

Suspended students include, Frank Bwambale pursuing Bachelor of Journalism and Communication, Mollie Saasiraabo,  Bachelor of Industrial and Organizational Psychology, Rogers Mbajjo Ssebiraalo, Bachelor of Quantitative Economics and Derrick Ojambo Wabwire, Bachelor of Records and Archives Management.

Others are  Musiri David, Bachelor Commerce, Kyeyune Ivan- Bachelor Arts,  Mutatina Seiz- Bachelor of Commerce, Dhabona Job- Bachelor of Community Psychology, and Ssenoga SimonStudents have been engaged in running battles with the police since Tuesday last week when the strike started.

By Daily Monitor 

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