Faidat Abdulwahab, a first-year student pursuing a bachelor's degree in procurement and logistics management, says that forcing students to unveil is not only an infringement on their freedom of worship as enshrined in the constitution of Uganda but also disrespectful. She equated the act to stripping a female in public.
Mission Samuel, the Chief Security Officer of Kyambogo University, in the eve of graduation on Monday told Uganda Radio Network that, they received the information that there are some people who are organizing to disrupt the graduation function, and as a result, they had to tighten the security at the University.
Reuben Twinomujuni, the University Senior Public Relations Officer, says that following the outbreak of covid-19 at the university, the university decided to cancel physical learning and resort to online teaching.
Last week, the student developed COVID-19 signs and she reported to the university medical center where she was advised to go for a covid-19 test at Makerere University, where she tested positive. She is now receiving treatment at Namboole COVID-19 treatment facility.
Sseguya said Kyagulanyi is best suited to be the next head of state since he is under 40 years and understands the challenges of unemployment among the youth, corruption and impact of the coronavirus disease-COVID-19 among others.
Isaac Erase, a private security guard with Kamed Security Company told URN that one of their bosses briefed them on Sunday indicating that COVID-19 has already entered the university and advised them to enforce the Standard Operating Procedures-SOPs.
“Dear President Yoweri Museveni, we need time if we are to go, give us like 2-5 years. And when we are going, please let them compensate us with a reasonable amount of money,” read one of the placards.
The venue is heavily guarded by military police, UPDF and regular Police Officers who are patrolling the area, which is covered with posters of the National Resistance Movement candidate Yoweri Museveni.