Some Mukuba University students today rioted over management’s decision to bar those owing the institution from writing their exams. But Mukuba University registrar Mwala Sheba says the institution has facilitated for the students to write exams as long they commit themselves to settle the debt. A student spoken to narrated that the protests started yesterday. “The riots started yesterday and they are going on now actually and some students are hiding in boarding houses. There are police searching and still picking a few students. Some of them have even left the campus,” narrated the affected student. “They are saying if you have not paid 80 percent of what you are owing the school, you will not write the exams and…...

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