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The #Africell saga erupted fully last week along with two other stories you may not realise are related:
ONE: Makerere University graduate David Ojok was reportedly lynched by a group of students who accused him of being a thief. The news reports say Ojok was at the university to collect money owed to him by a student who had taken to evading him and, on this occasion, was labelled ‘thief’ and killed by a frenzied mob.
The story is told raw by people who knew him, here: https://campuseclipse.wordpress.com/2015/04/14/inside-ojok-davids-life-the-fresh-graduate-makererean-who-was-murdered-by-fellows/ and here: http://bigeye.ug/late-ojok-david-the-first-martyr-of-muk-hooliganism-an-old-student-of-namilyango-college/
The official traditional media houses also covered the story: http://www.monitor.co.ug/News/National/Suspected-Makerere-student-killers-boast-on-social-media/-/688334/2687138/-/11j99nh/-/index.html
May his soul rest in eternal peace.
TWO: Mobs of South Africans took to the streets in Durban, Johannesburg and other spots, and physically attacked and, in some cases killed, black foreigners of African origin. The attacks were incited by comments made by the inappropriately named Zulu King…