Kyambogo University Closed

order geneva; font-size: small; line-height: 200%;”>Vice Chancellor, cialis 40mg Prof Isaiah Ndiege said students and all staff members would vacate the University on Tuesday to allow room for fresh negotiations with all stakeholders to find a long-lasting solution to the crisis that has paralyzed operations at the campus.

By 6pm, majority of students had started packing their possessions to return to their homes.

This followed the students’ raid on the administration block earlier today.

The enraged learners said they intended to present their grievances to the troubled administration.

The students’ storming of university offices followed the University staff members’ prolonged strike protesting the return of Professor Ndiege.

A section of lecturers and support staff last month laid down their tools and vowed not to return to work unless Prof. Ndiege resigned his position as Vice Chancellor.

The Nakawa High Court later ruled that Prof. Ndiege could not leave before his contract expires and thus reinstated him.

His return worsened matters until the Inspector General of Police Maj. Gen. Kale Kayihura intervened but to no avail.

By 2:30pm, students at Kyambogo University had already besieged the administration block vowing not to leave until their lecturers have resumed teaching.

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