Stella Nyanzi's Son Kato Embarrassed, Psychologically Tortured Over Mum's Nude Protest

They say what goes around comes back around. The day Dr Stella Nyanzi, a renowned research fellow  at Makerere Institute of Social Research (MISR)  staged a nude protest, she probably ignored the repercussions of her of this action on her children.

Where as the research fellow is currently in South Africa, her son, only identified as Kato, is facing the anticipated consequences of her act.

How Makerere Administration, Staff Brought End To Famous Guild Canteen

One of the things that will raise your eyebrows once you step in Makerere now is the breakneck speed at which the famous Guild Canteen, which is a stone's throw from Senate building, is being demolished. By yesterday, some walls had already been hammered down.

But one would wonder, why all the rush? Why during absence of students? Well, the answer to this is lies with in the moves by university management and clique of senior administrative staff who have been swift in quickening the process of flattening the canteen to their advantage.

UCU Student Gab Kyomuhendo Steadily Recovering After Involvement In Fatal Crash That Killed His Friend

After several months of being bed-ridden with a fractured leg, Gab Kyomuhendo a Journalism and Communication student from Uganda Christian University (UCU) is now able to walk again and make a public appearance.

Kyomuhendo, who was riding on a motorcycle with his friend, Mujuni, met the bad omen along the Fort Port - Bundibugyo road, where they were knocked by a speeding Canter. Mujuni died on spot, while for him he was rushed to Buhinga Regional Referral hospital where he received medication.

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