By Dorothy Nagitta | Monitor
The vice chancellor of Makerere University has suspended a student on allegations of engaging in disruptive behaviour.
In a May 8 letter, Prof Barnabas Nawangwe, said Mr Adonia Kizza, a student from the College of Education and External Studies, involved himself in acts of indiscipline together with other students who are yet to be identified, with an intention to cause anarchy at the university.
Mr Kizza allegedly participated in an illegal demonstration, during which he beat fellow students and disrupted teaching and learning activities that were on-going at the college of Education and External Studies, College of Humanities and Social Sciences and the School of Law.
His actions, according to Prof Nawangwe, were in breach of the university students’ regulation and therefore, a threat to safety and security of members of the university and its property.
“I hereby suspend you from Makerere University with immediate effect and until further notice to allow for further investigations,” Prof Nawangwe’s letter reads in part. Read more