BREAKING: Makerere suspends 15 students for stealing 200 forks, damaging property

Makerere University has this morning reportedly suspended 15 students for stealing 200 forks and damaging the university's property, reports Campusbee.

It's reported that on October 18, 2016, these resident students incited violence and invaded the University Hall's Kitchen at about 6:30pm and damaged property worth millions, during a protest against what they called poor meals.

Makerere guild speaker shifts offices to private room in Livingstone

Imran Kasujja, the speaker of the 82nd guild government has shifted his offices from the guild offices to a private room in Livingstone hall, citing discomfort as the cause.

According to Kasujja, the environment at the guild offices isn't comfortable anymore to allow him conduct his duties effectively as a leader.

Ssembogga on hunt for new ICT minister amidst more resignation threats

Makerere University guild president Roy Ssembogga has finally acknowledged receipt of resignation letter from his now former minister of research and computer technology, Yosam Bagumirabingi.

"I officially received his resignation letter yesterday, Monday 17th October 2016 and the hunt is on for a suitable replacement" Ssembogga said.

Ssembogga also added that he is not bothered by the greed for money and disrespect allegations in the letter, and as well as by the resignation itself.