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    Egerton University Vice Chancellor Tells Lecturers to Strike at Their Own Peril

    Egerton University vice- chancellor Isaack Kibwage has sent a stern warning to striking lecturers who converged at the institution graduation square to begin the industrial action. The dons started the strike a few days ago over what they termed as sustained systematic industrial injustices and employer cruelty. Learning and other core university activities at the […] More

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    Egerton University raises red flag over Sh13.6 million deposited in it’s bank accounts

    Egerton University has raised a red flag over Sh13.6 million which has been deposited into it’s various bank accounts for the last seven years. In a memo dated October 27, 2021, The University’s Department of Finance and Accounts listed 895 entries relating to the funds deposited into the accounts. ‘”Attached is a list of 895 […] More

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    Moi University closed indefinitely after staff strike.

    Moi University’s main campus in Kesses, Uasin Gishu county has been closed indefinitely following the staff strike which started on Monday. In a memo issued and signed by the Deputy Vice-chancellor in charge of Academics, Research, and Extension, Prof Isaac Kimengi, the University indicated it would suspend activities in the institution until further notice. “At […] More

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    Kisii University suspends second-year Students

    Second-year students at Kisii University have been suspended following unrest at the institution main campus on Tuesday, October 12, over fee increment. In a memo signed by the University Acting Registrar Affairs, Dr Joash Kerongo on Tuesday evening, all the second-years students at the premises were sent home indefinitely, excluding those in satellite campuses. “The […] More

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    Isaac Kibwage appointed Egerton University Vice-chancellor

    Prof Isaac Ongubo Kibwage, who has been in an acting capacity as vice-chancellor of Egerton University was on Wednesday confirmed for the position. In a statement, Acting University Council chairperson Dr. Wilson Kipruto Ronnoh said the move was reached after consultation with CS Prof George Magoha. “Following the interview process carried out by the Public […] More

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    KUPPET rejects TPD, says programme is not a priority.

    The ministry of education as well as the teachers service commission have continued to face opposition in their efforts to introduced changes to the education sector. The Kenyan Union of Post Primary Teachers (KUPPET) , led by Nakuru branch chairperson Simon waita has criticized the Ministry of Education for making an unilateral decision sidelining the […] More

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    Uhuru Defends CBC, saying it will enhance competitiveness.

    President Uhuru Kenyatta has defended the Competence based curriculum, saying it will enhance competitiveness. The president, who was speaking during the 76th session of the United General Assembly on Wednesday, said the the CBC, which is among his greatest achievement, will enable children realize their talents early on, hence preparing them to be productive member […] More

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    UoN Students leaders ask first-years to skip admission.

    University of Nairobi students leaders have asked all first year students and parents who are planning to report to the school on Monday not to do so. This is after the University slapped students reporting for the September intake with triple accommodation fee. In the revised accommodation fee structure, students who previously paid about Sh […] More

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    University of Kabianga closed indefinitely over student unrest

    The University of Kabianga in Belgut, Kericho County has been closed indifinetly following a student riot at the institution on Monday. In a circular signed by the University Deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of Academics and Student Affairs, Prof. Elijah Omwenga, the decision to close the institution was arrived at on Monday after a council […] More

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    Jamal Roho Safi Lights Up The Internet (Photo)

    Don’t we all love it when a celebrity shares a TBT photo? How much they have changed always spark reactions. Businessman Jamal Roho Safi decided to share his TBT photo of when he was barely 15 years old. Well, at least that’s what I would like to think since he looked so young. You know […] More

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    ‘Parenting: A Journey of Faith While Navigating the Detours’ released

    Using compelling storytelling and sound scriptural backup, this book helps parent move beyond the pain of the present to a hope-filled future   HOUSTON – What message does God have to all parents? How can parents connect themselves to the very heart of God? How can parents equip themselves with the truth of God’s Word […] More

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    Headteacher, deputy face disciplinary action for tying students with a rope around a tree.

    Disciplinary action will be taken against teachers at Thiru Primary school in Laikipia West if found guilty for tying three pupils to a tree as a punishment. A multi-agency task force, led by Nyahururu sub-county deputy County Commissioner Moses Muruki directed the office of the Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) to launch a probe after […] More

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