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Bomb scare at Makerere University Kampala
Publish Date: May 21, 2014
Bomb scare at Makerere University Kampala
Main building at Makerere University
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By Vision Reporter

Police is investigating reports that a student was to be paid sh15m to plant bomb materials at Makerere University.

A  notice at the University titled  "Security alert, be cautious"  by the College Of Computer and Information Sciences urged student to be vigilant.

The statement in fullPolice is investigating reports that a CoCIS student was to be paid 15m to plant bomb materials in Block B during this examination period. The major targed areas were toilets, isolated hide outs in the building and congested rooms.

P'se be watchful, be vigilant, be alert and report any suspicious materials you come across to police on 0718792486 or 0701400668


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