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Early last Month Mount Kenya University was accredited to offer law degree programmes by the Council of Legal Education (CLE). The university which has been operating under a provisional licence now joins 11 other universities that are fully accredited across the country. The institution is however limited to a maximum of 200 students per intake, […]

In one week’s time, Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) will be releasing cash for the 64,700 students out of the 69,152 who qualified to join both public and private universities. This will see 4451 students missing out on the loan, with helb claiming that it had budgeted for the 64,700 fresh students who have already […]

Camara Education has been working with Kenyan schools for over ten years, providing ICT skills and hardware to teachers and students alike in over 800 schools during that time through its social enterprise model.  Supporting and aligning with the Ministry of Education’s Digital Literacy Project, Camara Education has teamed up with Dell and Computer Aid […]

On Saturday the 16% VAT on all petroleum products took effect and the effects have been widely witnessed or rather felt across the Nation, the Move which has resulted to a rise in price on petrol, diesel, and paraffin has been condemned strongly by Kenyans all over the country who feel that it has led […]

Embakasi East MP Babu Owino has presented a petition to Parliament that seeks to compel universities to allow suspended and expelled students back to class. In his petition, the legislator argues that some university have handed the harsh punishments to students without fair trial. He also pointed out that most of the institutions usually target […]

The University of Nairobi has announced austerity measures, top among them a crackdown on students who cook inside hostels. Vice-Chancellor Prof Peter Mbithi has directed staff at the institution to increase surveillance and regular inspections of cooking in students hostels. “Monitor to ensure no cooking in hostels. Students should be sensitized on the use of […]

A final year university student committed suicide on Sunday at elder sister’s house in Clay Works, Kasarani ahead of the end of semester examinations beginning this week. Edwin Mwaizi Igunza’s body was discovered by his sister Luize Minaywa Igunza after she arrived from their home in Kitale. Beside his body were a jiko and a […]

Meru University of Science and Technology Students will storm Meru law courts on 26th July to agitate for Justice for their comrade who was killed in cold blood by a police officer. According to Students Association of Meru University Chairman Mr Wangila Wabomba, he affirmed that all the comrades will be heading to Meru law […]

President Uhuru Kenyatta has reappointed Dr James Mwangi and Prof Judith Bahemuka to serve as chancellors of Meru University and University of Eldoret respectively. In a gazette notice, the President appointed the two for a period of five years starting July. Dr Mwangi is also the chief executive at Equity Group Holdings Ltd #ticker:EQTY while […]

An employee of Safaricom and a university student have been arrested in connection with cases of SIM cards fraud. The Directorate of Criminal Investigations (DCI) identified the two suspects, who were arrested on Friday, as Maurice Musoti, an employee of the telco company and Rian Obaga Nyagaka, an engineering student at Jomo Kenyatta University of […]


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