There was drama and chaos as Kenyatta university students protested the invitation of Uganda desport octogenarian Yoweri Kaguta Museveni himuselfu to address the KU community in a lecture touching on Africa.
The students protested outside institution’s Amphitheater where Museveni himuselifu delivered the speech that was drowned by pro Bobi Wine shouts.
The students chanted songs in praise of Kyadondo East MP Bobi Wine as a sign of solidarity with the youthful politician who is now the defacto opposition leader in the Agriculture rich land locked country.
— kenyayote (@kenyayote1) March 29, 2019
A video that has been widely shared on social media shows anti riot police officers struggling to keep off the angry students from Amptheater where East Africa’s oldest president addressed a section of the KU community.
The students numbering hundrends at first complained about being locked out of the amphitheater
At first, the students where chanting “haki yetu” (our right) which later morphed into pro-Bobi Wine slogans.
Bobi Wine is a member of Parliament in Uganda and musician who has been vocal against Mr Museveni’s leadership and has been mulling running for president.
Kenyatta University students chant Bobi Wine's name to demonstrate against President Museveni's public lecture on #IntegrationInAfrica on Friday, 29th March at KU Amphitheatre #FreeStellaNyanzi pic.twitter.com/FjDdWoxEGw
— Musa Salah 🇰🇪 (@SalahKenya) March 29, 2019
POLICE DISPERSE rowdy KU students shouting pro-Bobi Wine chants outside varsity amphitheater where President Museveni was giving public lecture.
— NationBreakingNews (@NationBreaking) March 29, 2019
It is now very important to know the identity of the students being lectured by the bloody Ugandan dictator Yoweri Museveni. KU Students, you know these guys. Shame them! #FreeStellaNyanzi
— Lord Abraham Mutai (@ItsMutai) March 29, 2019
— Kipngeno Ngetich (@Kipngen58649315) March 29, 2019