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Meanwhile the University Council has not yet decided on what to do for the students.
Our source revealed that third and fourth year students of College of Engineering, Design, Art and Technology (CEDAT) were catered for under the recent Shs 1bn bunch; however, the second year students were left out for the whole academic year 2012/2013.
Last semester, Makerere students had to resort to demonstrate towards exam time just to be allowed to get examination permits after failed negotiations between the State house representatives and the University Council.
Chimpreports managed to speak to Ms. Ritah Namisango, Senior Public Relations Officer, Public Relations Office at Makerere University who denied of any knowledge about the issue.
She asserted that the public should wait until the students seat for their exams in two weeks time to confirm if they have done the exams or not.
“I won’t comment, please talk to the State House spokesperson, no comment from me,” she said.
We are still trying to get hold of the State House spokesperson for more information.