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A family has sued Kenyatta University Funeral Home and three pathologists over the missing body parts of their kin who is currently being preserved at the facility. A post-mortem conducted on July 4 on the body of Peter Macharia disclosed that some of his body parts were missing. Beth Waigwe, Edwin Muriu and Teresia Nyambura, who are Macharia’s […]

A student was admitted to Kakamega General Hospital after goons hired by a college mate attacked him. Chrispine Odipo, a student of Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology, and who is nursing serious injuries, claims the goons confronted him in his room at Lurambi hostels. Odipo says the attack came barely two weeks after […]

The Kenya Methodist University (KeMU) has asked for more time to implement the recommendations of an inspection report by the Commission for University Education (CUE), saying that the September deadline is too short. KeMU board of trustees chairman Silas Muriuki Rutere has written to CUE requesting for an extension of the six-month deadline that expires […]

This goes to all first and second-year students on session, it has come to the attention of the outgoing fourth-year students that a section of dissatisfied students wants to cause mayhem and chaos during the forthcoming SC elections this Friday in the name of being sidelined or rather leaders being pushed down their throats by […]

Kabarak University has scooped an international award in moot court competition held in Geneva, Switzerland. The university was ranked overall winner of the Spirit of European Law Students’ Association (ELSA) award, with one of its students scooping Africa’s best orator. The Kenya School of Law was ranked, regional winner. The competition brought together 25 top […]

Egerton University is facing a financial crisis after the Commissioner for Cooperative Development froze its bank accounts over workers’ deduction arrears. According to The Standard, the bank accounts were frozen a week ago owing to a debt amounting to Sh246 million. The Commissioner for Cooperative Development, Mrs Mary Mungai stated that the University had not […]

The Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) is facing a cash crunch, which has led to salary delays and disruption of services, for the last three months. Following the development, the university has developed a new format in paying its workers’ salaries as it struggles financially, which has seen net salaries paid to workers in […]

Every year, KUSA (Kenyatta University Students Association) awards exemplary students as a way of appreciating their effort in making both the university and the field they are involved in a success. In this year’s KUSA Awards 2018, voting has been moved to accommodate all students from wherever they are by making it possible to vote […]

The High Court has quashed the decision by Kisii University to close its campus in Kisumu. Judge Fred Ochieng’ faulted the university council’s decision to give the more than 1,600 students one day to transfer to the main campus. The university shut its Kisumu campus last month in a memo posted at the institution’s notice […]

Presbyterian University of East Africa (PUEA) has defended its decision to continue recruiting new students although its licence was revoked in January this year. In a report to the CS, the Commission for University Education (CUE) recommended that the letter of interim authority awarded to the university in 2007 be revoked, citing unpaid arrears on […]


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