GUILD PRESIDENT OF MAKERERE KIDNAPPED OR ARRESTED AFTER TELEVISION SHOW, ANNOUNCEMENT SPARK RIOTS

Makerere University students have rioted after hearing news that that their Guild President was kidnapped by unknown security agents after leaving NBS TV where he addressed Nation on the crisis at Makerere Hill in Kampala outskirts.

Julius Kateregga was supposed to address the Guild Assembly at Makerere Freedom Square but security agencies didnot wait for him to reach.

Last Night, Julius Kateregga cried on television explaining the brutal handling of young girls who were walking peacefully to the President’s office to hand over a petition on 15% tuition increment.

Ms Judith Nalukwago, the Deputy Guild President announced the kidnap sparking anger among students. Police fired teargas in the library which added salt in the injury.

Students have gone on rampage burning property after the police provoked them.

“I’m receiving disturbing reports about the kidnap of @KatereggaKj and @MakerereU Guild President by the Ugandan Government. I want to add my voice and demand of his immediate release. #MakerereStrike#FeesMustFall“, one student tweeted.

Less than 24 hours , the President of Uganda ordered military police off Makerere University after they were named in violence, brutal cases and other crimes.

About Goodluck Musinguzi

Born on 12th March 1979 in Kabale district, South Western Uganda near the Rwanda and Eastern Congo Borders. Started Journalism around 1999, the Kibwetere inferno was a turn around. Entatsi newspaper and Monitor FM were interested in my stories. I covered extensively the Amama Mbabazi-Garuga Musinguzi Parliamentary elections extensively for Monitor Newspaper,Monitor FM, Voice of Kigezi and Entatsi Newspaper. Later I worked with Uganda Radio Network. Newvision gave me opportunity to cover War in Eastern Congo. Did investigation stories. Am now the Chief Executive Officer Kigezi News Agency Limited, we publish for a number of websites in Uganda.

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