According to the police, the post-mortem was conducted by a team of four pathologists who included Dr Moses Byaruhanga from police, Brig Gen. Dr Steven Kusasira, the UPDF Director Medical Service and Dr Ben Kiyingi the deceased’s doctor.
Last week, Kyambogo University reported that the e-campus system that houses students’ data was deleted and is yet to be retrieved. The university website was taken offline before being restored after.
On Friday, the members of the Guild and the University Council held a meeting on the matter. Professor Barnabas Nawangwe, the University Vice-Chancellor, says that the council heeded the request of the students and the increment has been suspended for the next two years.
Cheptegei 24, started with sharp sprints and maintained his pace before he increased the speed towards the 400m mark where he looked intimidated by the Tokyo Olympics 10,000m gold medalist Selemon Barega from Ethiopia.