Dark Spots Hide Criminals – Mak Students


Several places with poor and inadequate lighting have been pointed out as major causes of sexual harassment in Makerere University.

These places have become hiding places for criminals who take advantage of female students especially those on the evening program.

During a conference held at the College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHUSS) on Thursday , the students pointed out a number of areas that have taken the lead in harbouring people who harass students.

Students Asked to Pay for Stolen Phones



KAMPALA - The In-charge of criminal investigations department (CID) at Makerere Police Station has said that a student whose phone gets stolen must again pay Shs 50,000 to get helped by the police.

Detective ASP Jackson Amali told our reporter that police has no money to invest in investigations that require tracking of stolen phones, therefore any student whose phone gets stolen must also pay to facilitate police track down the thief.