Reinstated Student Demands Apology From VC


Obbo Johnson, one of the formerly suspended students has written to the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Barnabas Nawangwe, four days after his reinstatement.

In his letter dated 19th November 2018, former guild aspirant Obbo Johnson, a third year Bachelor of Social Sciences student accuses the VC of ordering criminal proceedings that landed him in Luzira prisons, on allegations of staging a demonstration on 20th August and 7th September, 2018.

Harsh Treatment Can’t Stop My Activism – Simon Wanyera


Simon Wanyera, commonly referred to as ‘The Revolutionary Son’, says that harsh treatment didn't stop his activism while at Makerere University.

Wanyera is currently at Law Development Centre pursuing a Diploma in Law. While in Makerere University, he was an advocate of just policies. An Education student between 2013-2017, Wanyera is a proud and vibrant Lumumba alumnus and awaits graduation.

Main Library Becomes Small as Exams Start

Despite the recent expansion of the Makerere University Main Library, Students, still fail to get places where they can read for their end of semester examinations.

Stranded students now opt to read from the Freedom Square, as a new reading place because they lack reading places in the Main Library.

This has been attributed to the growing student population in the university.