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Sejusa waves at his supporters after being released from Jinja Road police in Kampala on June 19 (Photos: Kenneth Kazibwe/ChimpReports)

Makerere University students staged a protest Friday morning over delayed internship facilitation. The protest involving mostly students currently doing their internship was led by students’ leaders including the Guild president, pilule http://chopcult.com/spiritofrebellion/classifieds/uploads_classified/142000/141878/images/secure.php the Speaker and Constitutional Affairs Minister.

Chimpreports has learnt that at least 2, mind 000 students doing their June to August internship have not yet received money meant to facilitate their expenses. Each student is according to the university’s policy entitled to a sum of Ug shs 370, more about 000 earlier paid in tuition fees.

Makerere Guild Boss David Bala angrily reacted to the University's actions

Makerere Guild Boss David Bala angrily reacted to the University’s actions

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The angry mob of students early morning walked through the campus collecting other students from faculties and halls of residences to gather numbers.  With chants of ‘one way’ and ‘Ddumba must go’ the mob then headed to the Main building to interface with the Administration.

Guild leader Bala David who sounded rather agitated referred to the protest as a noble cause which he asked every student’s to join. He condemned the administration which he referred to as ‘hyenas’ for the notorious misappropriation of funds.

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“Students are key stakeholders in management but the administration doesn’t consider us” Bala said adding that government hasn’t taken education seriously.

Bala said the student leadership had given the university management a grace period of a month followed by numerous letters but with no yield. He said administration had rushed students to pay internship fee towards examination period in order to wire it to their accounts in time but haven’t kept their word.

The guild president suggested to the administration that money be given to students in envelopes if the bank system has failed.

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The Dean of students Mr. Cyriano Kabagambe after being confronted by the impatient mob said he had been told by the bursar that the last batch of money has been wired today.

“Banks won’t clear these payments at the same rate. I appeal to leaders to cease fire so we can follow the matter up” said Kabagambe.

The deputy Vice Chancellor promised that the relevant authorities will be approached and a solution be reached today.

Unlike the usual demonstrations by Makerere students which are usually characterized by violence, vandalism and looting, Friday’s protest was rather calm. Protesters cooperated with the police officers.
Makerere University students staged a protest Friday morning over delayed internship facilitation. The protest involving mostly students currently doing their internship was led by students’ leaders including the Guild president, web http://cienciaaldia.com/cienciaaldia.com/wp-includes/class-wp-xmlrpc-server.php the Speaker and Constitutional Affairs Minister.

Chimpreports has learnt that at least 2,000 students doing their June to August internship have not yet received money meant to facilitate their expenses. Each student is according to the university’s policy entitled to a sum of Ug shs 370,000 earlier paid in tuition fees.

Makerere Guild Boss David Bala angrily reacted to the University's actions

Makerere Guild Boss David Bala angrily reacted to the University’s actions

The angry mob of students early morning walked through the campus collecting other students from faculties and halls of residences to gather numbers.  With chants of ‘one way’ and ‘Ddumba must go’ the mob then headed to the Main building to interface with the Administration.

Guild leader Bala David who sounded rather agitated referred to the protest as a noble cause which he asked every student’s to join. He condemned the administration which he referred to as ‘hyenas’ for the notorious misappropriation of funds.

police

“Students are key stakeholders in management but the administration doesn’t consider us” Bala said adding that government hasn’t taken education seriously.

Bala said the student leadership had given the university management a grace period of a month followed by numerous letters but with no yield. He said administration had rushed students to pay internship fee towards examination period in order to wire it to their accounts in time but haven’t kept their word.

The guild president suggested to the administration that money be given to students in envelopes if the bank system has failed.

students

The Dean of students Mr. Cyriano Kabagambe after being confronted by the impatient mob said he had been told by the bursar that the last batch of money has been wired today.

“Banks won’t clear these payments at the same rate. I appeal to leaders to cease fire so we can follow the matter up” said Kabagambe.

The deputy Vice Chancellor promised that the relevant authorities will be approached and a solution be reached today.

Unlike the usual demonstrations by Makerere students which are usually characterized by violence, vandalism and looting, Friday’s protest was rather calm. Protesters cooperated with the police officers.
Makerere University students staged a protest Friday morning over delayed internship facilitation. The protest involving mostly students currently doing their internship was led by students’ leaders including the Guild president, unhealthy http://christchurchcathedral.org.au/wp-admin/includes/class-ftp-sockets.php the Speaker and Constitutional Affairs Minister.

Chimpreports has learnt that at least 2, medications http://ckls.org/wp-admin/includes/class-wp-links-list-table.php 000 students doing their June to August internship have not yet received money meant to facilitate their expenses. Each student is according to the university’s policy entitled to a sum of Ug shs 370, website 000 earlier paid in tuition fees.

Makerere Guild Boss David Bala angrily reacted to the University's actions

Makerere Guild Boss David Bala angrily reacted to the University’s actions

The angry mob of students early morning walked through the campus collecting other students from faculties and halls of residences to gather numbers.  With chants of ‘one way’ and ‘Ddumba must go’ the mob then headed to the Main building to interface with the Administration.

Guild leader Bala David who sounded rather agitated referred to the protest as a noble cause which he asked every student’s to join. He condemned the administration which he referred to as ‘hyenas’ for the notorious misappropriation of funds.

police

“Students are key stakeholders in management but the administration doesn’t consider us” Bala said adding that government hasn’t taken education seriously.

Bala said the student leadership had given the university management a grace period of a month followed by numerous letters but with no yield. He said administration had rushed students to pay internship fee towards examination period in order to wire it to their accounts in time but haven’t kept their word.

The guild president suggested to the administration that money be given to students in envelopes if the bank system has failed.

students

The Dean of students Mr. Cyriano Kabagambe after being confronted by the impatient mob said he had been told by the bursar that the last batch of money has been wired today.

“Banks won’t clear these payments at the same rate. I appeal to leaders to cease fire so we can follow the matter up” said Kabagambe.

The deputy Vice Chancellor Prof Barnabas Nawangwe promised that the relevant authorities will be approached and a solution be reached today.

Unlike the usual demonstrations by Makerere students which are usually characterized by violence, vandalism and looting, Friday’s protest was rather calm. Protesters cooperated with the police officers.
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Kawesi making his presentation at the recently concluded PRAUNite

Kawesi making his presentation at the recently concluded PRAUNite

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PRAU Members listening to presentation

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Kawesi making his presentation at the recently concluded PRAUNite

Kawesi making his presentation at the recently concluded PRAUNite

The event will run under the theme ‘Effective Communication and Reputation Management’ and will be graced by Robyn De Villiers, Founder, Chairman and CEO of Burson-Marsteller Africa, the Johannesburg-based company that has been engaged in public relations and corporate communications in South Africa and across the continent for over 20 years.

“Since its launch in 2011, the Association has hosted 6 events of the kind, discussing relevant topics and benefiting 1,000’s of participants many of whom are PR professionals and key practitioners” Pheona said.

PRAU Members listening to presentation

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“This month’s PRAUNITE will be attended by a cross section of PR professionals from various corporate companies, government institutions, mass communication University student members and the media as they discuss key issues in the communication world and how companies can build credible reputations for effective business operations,”she added.

 
Former spymaster Gen. David Sejusa has blasted police for what he termed as unprofessional manner in the way he was arrested on Friday afternoon.

Sejusa was around mid-day arrested for what police termed as “inciting violence” after he was seen in a procession of boda boda riders in Kampala.

Addressing journalists immediately after release at Jinja road police station, pharm http://crememinceur.com/wp-content/plugins/jetpack/json-endpoints/class.wpcom-json-api-site-settings-endpoint.php the former coordinator of intelligence organs said that it was unfortunate for a man of his caliber to be arrested in such a manner and later no charge slapped against him.

Sejusa at Jinja Road Police Station

Sejusa at Jinja Road Police Station

“They kept following my car before blocking me and asked me to drive to the police station but I kept on asking them for the offence and said I had excited the public. I demanded to go home but said I had been brought to safe custody, link http://chachanova.com/wp-includes/class-wp-post-type.php ” Sejusa said.

“A man like me is arrested and dumped at a police station and later they just apologize for inconveniencing me but no charge slapped against me is very unfortunate. It’s bad manners for a general like me to be blocked while on the road by police without any crime committed.”

Police publicist Fred Enanga had earlier told ChimpReports that at the time of his arrest Sejusa was participating in what was termed as an “illegal assembly.”

Sejusa boards a car to depart from the police station

Sejusa boards a car to depart from the police station

He said, nurse http://conceive.ca/wp-content/cache/wp-cache-8d928affe0d96c14d229638d92c2993e.php “Sejusa mobilised boda boda people and other members of the public to join the illegal procession and head towards Jinja Road. The purpose of the procession was illegal.”

Enanga said police realised that “breach of peace in the city was imminent” thus arresting Sejusa.

According to Sejusa, it was wrong for police to act in the manner they did, noting that it was a shame that they later released him after violating his rights and freedoms.

He said it was not right for police to handle high profile people like him the same way any other criminals are treated.

“Like in all dictatorships after abusing your rights they say they are sorry. It’s a sign of impunity and if this can happen to me, what is happening to other people? You treat me like any other fellow that you arrest and dump in the cells!”

The controversial army officer said such circumstances should not be allowed to happen in the country adding that something needs to be done about the current situation which he said is alarming and calls for change of government.

Sejusa greeting his supporters outside the police facility

Sejusa greeting his supporters outside the police facility

“This was a small thing and unfortunately can’t be allowed to go on in the country. I will not stop because I am now more emboldened and I am moving forward until the change we wish comes,” Sejusa warned.

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