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By Ian Musimenta

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Kyambogo and Uganda Christian University being on Jinja Road have got themselves a few more police officers around their gates.

While in Makerere University I entered through the most used Wandegeya small gate with no one to check me; with my backpack of cloths back from Easter holidays.

Not even at my hall of residence. I expect the same for my faculty building to have no security checks at entrances as we resume classes today.

And it is the same Makerere that is in the news, planning on a solidarity walk for the Garrisa attack on Wednesday. How safe are we ourselves to participate in that walk?  How assured am I of my security?

I was travelling from Mbarara to Kampala in a public bus where we were not checked while entering, not even those that joined us along the way from different towns.

As we travelled on my phone I scrolled and all the news on my timeline was about Garrisa and as a university student I was worried about where I am going, only to arrive at one of the university entrances and there is no security personnel or security check.

At times, that’s why I think in Africa we are always at the Mercies of our God.

Blessed week, but keep at least one eye open.
By Ian Musimenta

Police has gone by the IGP statement that Al-Shabab is planning to attack an institution on Jinja Road. And all the deployment has been done on that basis.

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Kyambogo and Uganda Christian University being on Jinja Road have got themselves a few more police officers around their gates.

While in Makerere University I entered through the most used Wandegeya small gate with no one to check me; with my backpack of cloths back from Easter holidays.

Not even at my hall of residence. I expect the same for my faculty building to have no security checks at entrances as we resume classes today.

And it is the same Makerere that is in the news, planning on a solidarity walk for the Garrisa attack on Wednesday. How safe are we ourselves to participate in that walk?  How assured am I of my security?

I was travelling from Mbarara to Kampala in a public bus where we were not checked while entering, not even those that joined us along the way from different towns.

As we travelled on my phone I scrolled and all the news on my timeline was about Garrisa and as a university student I was worried about where I am going, only to arrive at one of the university entrances and there is no security personnel or security check.

At times, that’s why I think in Africa we are always at the Mercies of our God.

Blessed week, but keep at least one eye open.
By Ian Musimenta

Police has gone by the IGP statement that Al-Shabab is planning to attack an institution on Jinja Road. And all the deployment has been done on that basis.

Really, health http://chistes-cortos.info/wp-content/plugins/wp-super-cache/plugins/awaitingmoderation.php come to think about it; if your enemy told you that he will poison your food on the stove, visit this site http://ciencialili.org/plugins/system/sef/sef.php you need to think about the plates on the drying rack out in the open as well.

Kyambogo and Uganda Christian University being on Jinja Road have got themselves a few more police officers around their gates.

While in Makerere University I entered through the most used Wandegeya small gate with no one to check me; with my backpack of cloths back from Easter holidays.

Not even at my hall of residence. I expect the same for my faculty building to have no security checks at entrances as we resume classes today.

And it is the same Makerere that is in the news, planning on a solidarity walk for the Garrisa attack on Wednesday. How safe are we ourselves to participate in that walk?  How assured am I of my security?

I was travelling from Mbarara to Kampala in a public bus where we were not checked while entering, not even those that joined us along the way from different towns.

As we travelled on my phone I scrolled and all the news on my timeline was about Garrisa and as a university student I was worried about where I am going, only to arrive at one of the university entrances and there is no security personnel or security check.

At times, that’s why I think in Africa we are always at the Mercies of our God.

Blessed week, but keep at least one eye open.

The Writer is a student at Makerere University 
By Ian Musiimenta

Police has gone by the IGP statement that Al-Shabab is planning to attack an institution on Jinja Road. And all the deployment has been done on that basis.

Really, side effects http://daiviet.us/wp-includes/class-wp-matchesmapregex.php come to think about it; if your enemy told you that he will poison your food on the stove, you need to think about the plates on the drying rack out in the open as well.

Kyambogo and Uganda Christian University being on Jinja Road have got themselves a few more police officers around their gates.

While in Makerere University I entered through the most used Wandegeya small gate with no one to check me; with my backpack of cloths back from Easter holidays.

Not even at my hall of residence. I expect the same for my faculty building to have no security checks at entrances as we resume classes today.

And it is the same Makerere that is in the news, planning on a solidarity walk for the Garrisa attack on Wednesday. How safe are we ourselves to participate in that walk?  How assured am I of my security?

I was travelling from Mbarara to Kampala in a public bus where we were not checked while entering, not even those that joined us along the way from different towns.

As we travelled on my phone I scrolled and all the news on my timeline was about Garrisa and as a university student I was worried about where I am going, only to arrive at one of the university entrances and there is no security personnel or security check.

At times, that’s why I think in Africa we are always at the Mercies of our God.

Blessed week, but keep at least one eye open.

The Writer is a student at Makerere University 
By Maureen Mwagale

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