Gulu University Pays Living Allowance Of Protesting Students
Gulu University says it has cleared living allowances of 145 out of the 150 government-sponsored students who had recently gone on a protest.
The University says that the remaining 5 students did not submit current details to the Academic Integration System.
Last week, a section of government students who had not yet received their living out allowances went on a protest which saw Ajoli Boniface, an education student arrested and later released on police bond.
George Openyjuru Ladaa, the Gulu University vice-chancellor said the delay to clear the students living allowances was because the 150 had not submitted correct details adding that the funds were available.
Gulu University has over 800 government-sponsored students.