The dancing strokes seem to have just started in the heated race for the upcoming guild elections, ranging from porridge nights to cancellation of the primary elections to
Over the weekend, the new edition of porridge night left students, from the faculty of medicine, yearning for more. The guild president hopeful, Mr Alexander Okidi, made it rain. Students ‘drowned’ in porridge all night.
This edition was more thrilling and full of energy. Strong energetic mafia ladies stormed the venue, Ocwee Memorial hostel, with huge saucepans and 5kg-mega Mingling sticks for making the porridge. Within no time, porridge was all ready with its sharp aroma that ‘flushed’ the students out of their rooms. Bearing heavy buckets, jugs, and showering basins, students ferried porridge into their rooms for nutrition support over the whole weekend. With milk added to porridge, some students thought it was formula food which is meant for the babies. “This porridge was F-100”, one student said.
As aspirants start to set
The Dean of students, Mr Mpora Christopher, has issued a warning that he is going to crack down these ghost accounts and discipline all students involved. “Any individual suspected of doing that shall be subjected to disciplinary procedures”, reads section of the notice. This is not the first time that ghost accounts tormented guild aspirants.
In other news reaching our desk, the incoming guild electoral commission has also been under attack by the same ghost accounts. Before the release of the executive of Electoral commission, students had circulated a predetermined list of the would be executives. The speaker, who in consultation with Guild president and minister of constitution affairs, is expected to release the list as soon as the GRCs approve of it.