viagra http://cottages-with-a-view.co.uk/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-plugins-list-table.php geneva;”>The staff met the minister of state for Higher Education, Dr John Chrysostom Muyingo, today morning and the details reaching us show that the lecturers are willing to go back to lecture rooms.
The meeting, however, is still going but we have gathered that the students can meanwhile, resume classes.
Kyambogo university staff for this entire time has disregarded the Nakawa High Court’s ruling, the Inspector General of Police Maj. Gen. Kale Kayihura’s directive to accept Prof. Ndiege and the Cabinet order and threat to expel them.
But it looks like Muyingo has managed to break their wall and reach their better side.
Our Corps have reported that Muyingo congratulated the lecturers when a sign of their acceptance to suspend the strike lit up.
“I’m very, very happy. This shows that you are concerned about the students, the image of the university and the image of the country at large,” Muyingo was quoted saying.
The lecturers and supporting staff went on strike sometime back demanding a quick resignation of Prof. Ndiege from his position as vice chancellor.
A final resolution is to be reached before the meeting closes today.