Category: Strikes

Campus News
Kyambogo: Remain calm and avoid hooliganism, Prof. Eli Katunguka to students

The Vice-Chancellor of Kyambogo University Prof. Eli Katunguka has on Friday 4 October 2019 addressed a press conference at Kyambogo about the on-going political scandals in the prominent institution. This comes after the Student Guild Cabinet moved a motion to impeach their Guild President Mr. Tundulu Jonathan on matters of abandoning his roles and resorting […]

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Campus News
BREAKING! Kyambogo Guild President impeached

KAMPALA — Kyambogo University Guild President Jonathan Tundulu has been impeached. Mr. Tundulu’s impeachment stems from what his cabinet termed as a lack of leadership skills and mismanaging the institution. At least 74 people voted in favor of the impeachment, only four voted against while 10 abstained from the process. The ‘House’ voted to forcefully […]

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Anti riot police crash Makerere students, hundreds arrested

The Anti-riot police has clobbered Makerere University students on Monday morning and arrested hundreds in connection with rioting including the newly elected president Mr Papa Were Salim. According to Mr Martins Kato, the information minister, Mr Papa was arrested on Monday morning and taken to unknown destination but Cyclone Times has learnt that the guild […]

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Makerere University Guild President arrested over preaching violence

MAKERERE – Police in Kampala on Monday morning arrested Mr Papa Salim Were, the Makerere University Guild President, as students went on strike, protesting fees increment among other issues. Mr Were was picked from the University’s freedom square as he mobilised students to strike against “draconian policies”, and seek an immediate explanation from the vice […]

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No reasons to strike for; let us resolve all problems through negotiation and not violence – Prof Nawangwe tells off Papa Were

Papa Salim Were government yesterday (Saturday) organized a consultative meeting to discuss multiple pressing issues that are affecting students. They include sex for marks scandals, scrapping of meals for students sleeping at the university, ‘scrapping’ of evening among others. According to the letter seen by Cyclone Times, Prof Nawangwe, the University Vice Chancellor was invited […]

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Kabale University School Of Medicine Strike Over High Tuition

The latest news coming from Kabale University indicates that over 100 students from the school of medicine have gone on strike to show their disagreements regarding the current high fees structure. The strike comes following the University’s decision to hike both tuition and functional fees something that these students find too high to afford. It […]

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Kyambogo students storm Senate over delayed marks

Asection of the Kyambogo University students’ fraternity took it upon themselves this morning to demonstrate over the delayed release of the examination results for the previous semester. Dressed in their blue gowns, armed with vuvuzelas and whistles, they raided the Senate building amidst police deployment. According  to a letter authored by the Kyambogo legendary activists […]

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Katikiro Peter Mayiga the chief runner for Makerere Run 2018
Doom for MakRun2018 to Flop: No Internet, No MakRun- Makerere students threaten

Katikiro Peter Mayiga the chief runner for Makerere Run 2018   Students at Makerere University College of Humanities and Social Sciences – CHUSS have today started an online campaign dubbed #RestoreChussinternet demanding for an immediate restoration of Internet services at the college. @DICTSMakerere could you explain why we don’t have internet at @MakerereCHUSS1 for now […]

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Breaking: FDC’s Mwiru declared Jinja East MP

The Electoral Commission has Thursday evening declared FDC’s Paul Mwiru the new MP for Jinja East. With 6,654 votes, Mwiru trounced his closest challenger, NRM’s Igeme Nabeta who managed 5,043 votes. EC chairperson Byabakama read the results to a jubilant crowd in Jinja a few minutes to 10:00pm.        8,030 total views,  1 views today

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