Forum for Democratic Change 2016 Presidential candidate, prostate http://coronaextra.com.au/wp-content/plugins/nextgen-gallery/products/photocrati_nextgen/modules/nextgen_gallery_display/class.displayed_gallery_mapper.php Dr. Kiiza Besigye has rethought his earlier call for nationwide protests to force the reopening of Makerere University.
The FDC strongman had given government ten days to have the university reopened –which elapsed today – or he would call a nationwide protest.
The university was closed indefinitely by President Museveni on November 1st following a lecturers’ strike over nonpayment of their incentive allowances.
Besigye told the media at the party headquarters in Najanankumbi today that a decision was taken to suspend the planned demo after consultations with all key stakeholders including lecturers, viagra 40mg http://cikza.com/wp-includes/class.wp-dependencies.php students, http://congresopuebla.gob.mx/buscadores/iniciativas/include/php/idestatus.php alumni, parents and guardians.
“10 days are left with today; after exchange of thoughts, we decided to come up with a way that will enable reopening of the university without shedding blood since some students were beaten up during the closure and others were arrested,” Besigye noted.
Besigye recently launched a fundraising drive to generate up to 28billion shillings to pay off the striking lecturers.
“We have decided to all gather at Makerere University Freedom square on Friday and collect money which we shall handover to the administration staff to pay off the lecturers,” Besigye said.
He has called upon the police not to interfere with tomorrow’s genuine cause since they were informed of the arrangement earlier.