Iuiu kampala campus law students vow to go to Court
A group of six Kampala campus students compiled a petition that they submitted to the campus director challenging some policies they considered inconsistent according to other laws governing national students and therefore claim to be aggrieved.
The petitioners who include The IU KC Human Rights Association, Musana Araphat, Joel Jerry Walyono, Naaku Jimmy, Bamugoloza Latif, and Nuwqnyesgye Gilbert were disgruntled with the law library having insufficient resources, the university health facility which to them they believe it lacks a proper and effective health policy. There is no university in the entire world without a proper and effective health policy , the petition reads as the petitioners claim its inconsistency which violates the 1995 National constitution.
They were also concerned with what they termed as ‘erroneous restrictions’ imposed on the law society and faculty that asks students to pay a 20,000= subscription fee.
The petitioners further claim that students who are stakeholders were not consulted before approving the mandatory subscription.
The above tasked them to demand for changes before dragging the institution to courts of law.
We shall keep posted about this.