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He died on spot.
The dreadful incident shocked the university fraternity with students quickly gathering at the blood-spattered scene where they found blood gushing out of his nose and ears.
Kagyina’s skull was broken – with a wide opening on the forehead. His brain was uncontrollably flowing on the ground.
It remains unclear why Kagyina chose to leap to his death at a girls’ residence.
Unconfirmed information indicates that the troubled student “felt bad” after learning that his girlfriend was not only “seeing another man” but was acting “different.”
Other reports showed that he left a letter showing that his father was not “loving him like other children.”
The body is at Mulago Referral Hospital for postmortem.
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Under the agreements, the Chinese side will provide a total of 80 million RMB Yuan (Shs32bn) to cover the expenses of logistical materials supplied to the AU’s peacekeeping operations.
The agreements came after a commitment by Chinese President Mr Hu Ji Ntao at the Forum on China Africa Cooperation earlier this year, to increase support to Africa.
Mr. Mwencha expressed the AUC appreciation for the support extended by the Chinese government.
“This will help us improve our operations in Somalia where we are now moving into a stabilization phase”, said the AUC Deputy Chairperson after the signing ceremony.
The revelation comes on the heels of reports that UPDF-led AMISOM troops in Somalia were facing financial challenges.
Chimpreports last week reported about the differences in the Security Council on what has to be done to help the transitional government of Somalia.
According to the Deputy Representative of South Africa to the United Nations, Dr Mashabane, a few members of the Council did not support the African Union’s request that a United Nations special support package should include a maritime component.
“Clearly we had more than 10 members of the Security Council supporting this request by the African Union. It was unfortunate that no agreement was reached.
The South African diplomat said that there is also no agreement on the funding of AMISOM which, he said, will soon dry up.
According to Mr Mashabane, some members of the Council also objected to the idea that the Secretary-General should present to the Council alternative funding mechanisms and recommendations.
The new agreement between AU and the Chinese will breathe life into the AMISOM operations as they struggle to pacify the war-torn country.