Kyambogo Lecturers On Strike

pharm geneva; font-size: small;”>The lecturers say they will not return to work until Omoro steps down to pave way for investigations.

cheap geneva;”>Police have deployed heavily at the campus to maintain law and order.

The strike comes hardly a fortnight when students returned from holidays.

It’s feared that students could join their lecturers in the strike thus causing pandemonium at the University.

Previous strikes at the explosive institution have left property worth millions of shillings destroyed.

Public Relations Officer Lawrence Madete says the lecturers are “dreaming” if they are optimistic that Omoro will step down.

“The Vice Chancellor cannot resign basing on falsehoods and theories,” said Madete.

The lecturers had earlier asked for a 200% salary increment but the University Council only managed to give in to a 16% rise.

Lecturers say they have evidence to pin Omoro in corruption tendencies, abuse office and mismanagement of the University.

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