Kenyatta Univeristy students chanting Bobi Wine! Bobi Wine! outside their campus where President Museveni is delivering a public lecture on Integration. @samirasawlani @HEBobiwine @bonifacemwangi pic.twitter.com/oSf4JmO3iM— Victor Kiprop (@VictorKiprop_) March 29, 2019
Kenyatta University students were teargassed after they disrupted Uganda’s president Yoweri Museveni during his visit to the University where he was to give a lecture. This was part of his itinerary during his visit to the country which bore new deals for his country.
As Ugandan President Yoweri Museveni was delivering a lecturer at Kenyatta University, students chanted slogans in solidarity with his opponent Bobi Wine.
The students praised Mr. Wine who is the Member of Parliament of Kyadondo East, in Uganda. He is also a renowned musician. Police later teargassed the students
President Museveni was delivering the lecture at the institution’s amphitheater.
In a video widely shared on social media, the students flipped after they barred from nearing the venue where the lecturer was being delivered.
Social activist Boniface Mwangi had on Friday morning asked students to revolt against the lecture. He later thanked them after the chant.