University hostel owners instruct students to pick their property

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Hostel proprietors around Kyambogo University have started calling up students to pick up their property, saying they can no longer keep it.

A number of students left their property in the privately-owned hostels when the government announced the closure of all learning institutions in the country on March 20th, 2020 as one of the ways to contain the spread of COVID-19.

The students were optimistic that the government would reopen the institutions soon, which hasn’t happened. After keeping the property for over five months, the hostel owners have started calling students to pick up their property.

Hostels such as Kabojja, Wamala girls, Palm, Good Shepherd, Tal, Eniad, Munir and Zein, Cariton, Liam and Erima among others have alread y had students picking their up property.

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