The angry students also vowed not to take part in the elections unless the university administration provides them with Identity card.
Students have vowed not to accept to conduct the elections unless the administration provides all of them with identity cards.
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The angry students also vowed not to take part in the elections unless the university administration provides all of them with Identity cards. As a result of the protests by the students, the elections were postponed to Tuesday after the additional ballot papers are delivered. Following the unrest at the university campus, police swung into action to calm down the situation. Deogracious Olila, the Vice Chancellor Arapai campus admitted that there was unrest at the campus, saying they are doing everything possible to ensure the elections are held today.
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Three candidates are vying for the guild office. They are David Omongot, Isaac Ongom and Ceila Arach.