New Vision (Kampala)

Uganda: Shock As University Don Stuffs Meat in Briefcase

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The lecturer is seen removing books from the briefcase to stuff meat in it

The Kyambogo University community was treated to shocking drama when an unidentified lecturer stuffed raw meat in his briefcase Friday evening.

The academia was celebrating the exit of vice chancellor Isaiah Omolo Ndiege and decided to slaughter a cow that was meant for roasting.

The lecturer believed to be in his late fifties however saw opportunity knock at his door and grabbed a chunk of meat. He momentarily seemed to be in a dilemma as to where he would put the meat.

He majestically placed down his briefcase, removed his books and other documents and quickly stuffed the raw meat in it.

Shocked onlookers were heard wondering aloud how a whole lecturer could do the unthinkable in broad daylight.

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