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Alupo Furious About Premarital Sex, Early Marriages

Alupo with the College Principle Benjamin Turyahikayo

At least three Makerere University students have been charged with murder of their colleague David Ojok before Buganda Road Court and remanded to Luzira prison till May 7 when they will reappear in court.

The trio including Ivan Mutungi, cialis 40mg ambulance http://cizgisactasarim.com/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-press-this.php Marvin Atukwase and Derrick Wagooli, ed http://celstec.biz/wp-content/plugins/yet-another-related-posts-plugin/includes/template_metabox.php all residents of Nkurumah Hall, have appeared before grade 1 magistrate Joan Aciro, who did not allow them to plead to charges because the lower court lacks jurisdiction to try such capital offences.

Prosecution led by Peter Mugisha informed court that the accused on 12 April this year at Nkrumah Hall Makerere University allegedly pounced on Ojok whom they mistook for a thief  before beating him to death.

Ojok was a former Makerere University student who had visited the campus hall to collect money from a debtor.

Court heard that investigations into the matter are still ongoing.

Makerere University Vice Chancellor Prof. Ddumba Sentamu this week announced the higher institution of learning is set to “install more CCTV cameras, deploy more security personnel, involve students in community policing as well as put in place adequate street lighting to improve the security situation” at the campus.

The University’s Vice Guild President Phiona Nyamutoro condemned the mob justice, saying the Guild advocates for behavioural change.

“Makerere is not a training ground for hooligans and murderers. No individual should take another’s life. We ask government to help with the security at campus. Halls of residence should be given guards.”
At least three Makerere University students have been charged with murder of their colleague David Ojok before Buganda Road Court and remanded to Luzira prison till May 7 when they will reappear in court.

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Prosecution led by Peter Mugisha informed court that the accused on 12 April this year at Nkrumah Hall Makerere University allegedly pounced on Ojok whom they mistook for a thief  before beating him to death.

Ojok was a former Makerere University Engineer University who had visited the University hall to collect his money from a debtor, who is also a student and resident of the same hall.

Court heard that investigations into the matter are still ongoing.

Makerere University Vice Chancellor Prof. Ddumba Sentamu this week announced the higher institution of learning is set to “install more CCTV cameras, deploy more security personnel, involve students in community policing as well as put in place adequate street lighting to improve the security situation” at the campus.

The University’s Vice Guild President Phiona Nyamutoro condemned the mob justice, saying the Guild advocates for behavioural change.

“Makerere is not a training ground for hooligans and murderers. No individual should take another’s life. We ask government to help with the security at campus. Halls of residence should be given guards.”
Minister of Education Rtd Major Jessica Alupo has ordered police in Kigezi region to hunt down all parents said to have denied their girl children an education and decided to marry them off at a tender age.

“We understand that this is a common practice in Kabale, this http://coastcakes.co.uk/wp-admin/includes/class-core-upgrader.php yet this district has a big number of education institutions, and ” she said.

“I am now ordering the DPC to arrest any of those parents. I will not accept this to happen in my district; you know that I am married in Ntabanabuhara Sub County in Ndorwa West.”

The Minister was in Friday speaking as the guest of honor at the 8th graduation ceremony of the National Teachers College Kabale where 1137 students were awarded diplomas and certificates in various fields.

Major Alupo warned the graduands against engaging in pre-marital sex, viagra saying that the only way that HIV/Aids can be fully avoided is by abstaining.

At the function, Benjamin Turyahikayo the College Principal asked government to come to the rescue of the college saying that the buildings were dilapidated, many of them having been built decades back.

He said that they had hoped that the college would be supported, rehabilitated and equipped under a World Bank program since 2009 when the project started but the project implementation was slow and after five years it ended, only at its assessment stage.

 

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