Makerere University student goes missing

BY: Eyalama In Business On

A Makerere University student has gone missing. Nathan Noel Mwesikye, 19, a first-year Population Studies student and resident of Nsirbirwa Hall, room 106 allegedly went missing in April after the Easter holidays.

According to a letter addressed to the vice chancellor’s office by Pearl Elizabeth Agitta, the mother, Mwesikye went home on April 20 for Easter celebrations and left on April 22nd for the university, but has never been seen again.

In the letter Agitta notes that she was informed by the custodian to collect her son’s belongings from his room, when students were breaking off for second semester holidays. Agitta stresses that she tried to contact all her relatives and friends about Mwesikye’s whereabouts in vain. A case of missing person was reported at Entebbe police station.

Agitta says that her son’s whereabouts are still unknown and the family is worried.

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“Anyone who gets any information in regards to his whereabouts can report to Entebbe police station or contact us [0784 916 771/0774 593 014].”

Mwesikye is the second Makerere University student to go missing recently. In April, a third-year law student and guild president aspirant William Joshua Mukisa reportedly went missing but was found dumped at Busega three days later.

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