How Kisubi Brothers University students drunk themselves East & West at a bash

Kisubi Brothers University students drunk themselves east and west
It was like a birthday party for Kisubi Brothers University students.

It was a drinking and eating day for all at Kisubi brothers University College (KBUC) students at the end   of semester party held on the Friday 24th April 2015 where all students were treated to a VIP status.

The catholic founded institution affiliated to Uganda Martyrs University holds such social events to help the learners relax their minds and shake off the book-stress.

Speaking at the function held at campus, Kisubi brothers University Guild President Justus Obey Twinomujuni asked students to continue with the spirit of unity and peace throughout their academic life.

Soda and food was in excess as the excited students were called more than twice to collect and devour more food.

Some student’s drunk soda like it was their birthday while others struggled to secure themselves a bottle of a drink.

Booze was also served at a fee of only shillings 2,000 per bottle. Students danced their legs off till late.

Kisubi Brothers University students drunk themselves east and west
Kisubi Brothers University students drunk themselves east and west
Kisubi Brothers University students drunk themselves east and west.
Kisubi Brothers University students enjoying dinner at the bash.
The bash ended in the lee hours after all bottles were emptied.
The bash ended in the lee hours after all bottles were emptied.

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2 Responses to "How Kisubi Brothers University students drunk themselves East & West at a bash"

  1. Tumwine Edward on Facebook   April 25, 2015 at 11:36 am

    Hahaha this piece is hilarious

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  2. Tumwine Edward on Facebook   April 25, 2015 at 11:36 am

    Hahaha this piece is hilarious

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