I can simply say that the number of police officers deployed at the Ivory was more than the population of some faculties at the university.
Left, right, east and west all directions were fully guarded to prevent any sort of violence.
However now business has stabilized after the competitive guild campaigns and elections that were characterized by loud music, violence and hooliganism and drinking all sorts of drinks.
On Friday night, university electoral commission Chairperson, Isaac Otuko, declared Paul Kato, a second year student of Education as winner of the guild election race, beating 13 other candidates.
Kato polled 5,205 votes drawing the largest number of votes from the School of Education, one of the largest at Makerere. His nearest challenger, Abdu Kareem Ziritwaula managed 4,369 votes.
Mercy Faith Lakisa, in the third position with 1,567 votes followed by William Karamagi a Uganda Young Democrats (UYD) flag-bearer who got 1,041 votes.
Others were Andrew Sentale with 532 votes, Doreen Alituha with 213, Kenneth Isabirye with 180 votes, and Stephen Bukomeko with 157 while NRM’s Ruth Nsubuga got 110 votes.