Makerere University, Vice Chancellor, Prof Barnabas Nawangwe has suspended three students for participating in illegal demonstration and destruction of the Institution property.
In a statement Prof Nawangwe said Jobs Dhabona from school of psychology, college of humanities and social sciences, Daniel Kituno from Bachelor of commerce, college of education and external studies and Samuel Kigula from School of medicine in the college of health services indulged in illegal acts with the intention to anarchy at the mighty institution.
“You published informatory messages on social media calling for defiance and disruption of University activities. You also participated in illegal demonstration during which you disrupted guild council sessions perusing danger to lives of participants and destructing university property on August 5, 2018,” the statement read.
He said illegal acts geared by alleged students are against University policies and other national laws and give rise to both criminal and civil liability on their part.
“Because of your involvement in the above illegal activities, and in order to ensure safety of the members of university community and property as well as peaceful activities in the university, I hereby suspend you from Makerere University with immediate effect until further notice,” the letter further reads.
He instructed the chief security officer to commence criminal proceedings against suspended students to ensure that they vacate University premises and bar them to appear at any of the institution installations until their suspension is lifted.
The three will be called for discussion on subject matter on the date the will be communicated in the due process.