KUSA President has affirmed commitment to uniting the university and serving all students without discrimination. The head of Kenyatta University Student Association said university management should join hands in building a university they will be proud of.
“On this particular issue, I have noted with greatest concern, the laxity and lethargy on the part of the university management to promptly compensate the Nyayo Zone students. The funds were supposed to be released by 28th of Dec, last year. This agreement has been blatantly breached. We are therefore giving them up to 3rd January 2017 to fully wire all the money into students’ accounts. Consequently, I have received information of students being harassed and intimidated following the genuine voices they raised on the Nyayo zone issue. Again I warn the management to desist from harassing comrades and to let students know that no one will be suspended or expelled whatsoever,” Mr Were said.
This comes after leaving the country to Somali land, University of Mogadishu (Jamaacada Muqdisho). Where he worked with the United Nations Political Affairs for Somalia (UNPOS) by leading a team of young experts, scholars and Pan Africanists in research and strategy in efforts to realize peace, security and progress.