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Kabarak University Dean Breaks Silence After TikToker Brian Chira’s Suspension

by Paul Nyongesa
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Content creator Brian Chira has found himself in the midst of a storm after alleging that he was suspended from Kabarak University following his arrest for cyber harassment against popular TikTok star Azziad Nasenya.

The incident came to light during a Live session on TikTok, where Chira opened up about the events that unfolded on Thursday, July 27.

Chira, a third-year student at the university, revealed that he received a suspension letter from the Chief Security Officer during his arrest.

According to him, the police arrived at the university around noon and summoned him, informing him of his suspension. He also claimed that some of his recent online Live sessions had caused tensions within the institution, which is a Christian-founded university. Chira stated that he was being penalized for not adhering to the biblical motto of the school.

During the Live session, Chira clarified that the persona he portrays online is an accurate representation of himself. When asked if it was just a character, he confidently replied, “I am just me, and this is who you get.”

Chira’s arrest came after he faced charges of cyber harassment for allegedly using his TikTok account to defame Azziad Nasenya, who is not only a TikTok star but also a radio host.

Following Chira’s revelation, Nairobi News attempted to seek clarification from Kabarak University’s Dean of Students. However, the dean refused to divulge any information, citing confidentiality and stating that the university’s rules and regulations do not permit discussing their students with anyone.

Kabarak University is known for upholding values such as integrity, excellence, professionalism, innovativeness, creativity, commitment to serve, and being mindful of others, with Jesus Christ serving as their guiding example.

As for Chira, he was released on Monday, July 31, after posting a cash bail of Sh50,000 with a surety of the same amount.

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