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Court Finally Releases the Remaining Demonstrating MUK Student

Makerere University

Buganda Road Court chief Magistrate Jamson  Karemani has released on bail Ronald Ainebyona, viagra dosage http://chipinhead.com/wp-includes/update.php one of the four Makerere University students who were arrested last month demonstrating in the city center over the closure of the university.

On 17th November three of Ainebyona’s co accused that included Paul Kato, visit http://clintonhouse.com/wp-includes/class-wp-editor.php Edmond Mugabi, visit Crispus Wasswa were granted by the same court after presenting substantial sureties but Ainebyonna was denied bail since he had sureties with uncorroborated identification documents

Court has ordered Ainebyona to sign a non-cash bail of 5 million shillings before regaining his temporary freedom.

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He has spent almost a month on remand at Luzira prison upon arrest by police on 7th /November 2016 along Namirembe Road in Kampala for allegedly participating in a unlawful demonstration.

Upon release, the students gave a one week ultimatum to government to open the University or they would start from where their last demonstrations stopped.

The students also want compensation for their time lost without studying and representation to the commission appointed by the president to investigate Makerere University.

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