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Was the murder suspect a student of Kyambogo?

By Charles Etukuri

Added 6th July 2019 12:17 PM

On Friday Kyambogo University denied Asiimwe as their student. Kyambogo University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Eli Katunguka Rwakishaya on Friday said their records indicated Robert Asiimwe was not a registered student.

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On Friday Kyambogo University denied Asiimwe as their student. Kyambogo University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Eli Katunguka Rwakishaya on Friday said their records indicated Robert Asiimwe was not a registered student.

Robert Asiimwe. Courtesy photo

The key suspect in the murder of the Superior General of Brothers of St Charles Lwanga (Bannakarooli Brothers) Nobert Mugarura, who is in police custody went to Rubaga Social Training Center and attempted to claim the deceased car that had been parked there on Tuesday.

Sunday Vision has learnt that Robert Asiimwe went to the guesthouse at around midday but the staff at the center denied him access to the deceased vehicle a Toyota Kluger which he had parked there the previous day Tuesday.

“He came in and introduced himself and told us he had been sent for the car but we declined to give it to him because we had not been given permission by the Superior General. When we called his phone, all his numbers were switched off,” a staff at the training center told Sunday Vision.

 Nobert Mugarura

On Friday Kyambogo University denied Asiimwe as their student. Kyambogo University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Eli Katunguka Rwakishaya on Friday said their records indicated Robert Asiimwe was not a registered student.

“The boy is not our student. I directed the dean of students to cross check with the university which year he was admitted and his faculty but he told me that there were no records about the Asiimwe,” Katunguka told Sunday Vision.

Asked why they had not protested when the Police said he was a student of Kyambogo, Katunguka said, “I am actually going to ask the police to explain how they came up to decide he was our student.”

However, Sunday Vision has been able to establish that Asiimwe was actually admitted at the university under the Faculty of Management and Entrepreneurship to study a Bachelor of Administrative Science and his registration number was 18/U/ASD/4366/PD as a private student.

Details in Sunday Vision

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