Monday, October 17 2011
The President has come out strongly to warn a group calling themselves Activists for Change (A4C) and urged them not to disrupt the Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) Exams that are starting today. Last week, Activists for Change (A4C) announced the second phase of the walk to work complaining that the economy is biting, and the reasons for the first phase protests have also not materialized.
Unfortunately, the protests this time will coincide with the Uganda National Examinations Board (UNEB) Exams for both O and A level which start today. This move forced the President to hold a second press conference in just one week.
"I am warning them. They will only disrupt themselves not the exams. We won't tolerate anybody disrupting exams. Nobody should deceive themselves that they will disrupt exams. We won't tolerate it," a visibly charged President said.
Meanwhile, vendors who were evicted off the streets of Kampala announced that they will be joining those walking to work. The police through Mr. Asan Kasingye has however said they will not tolerate any form of violence and have heavily deployed police officers to avert any situation.
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