The Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology officially closed yesterday, Wednesday 15th November. The students were informed via an internal memo that all activities for the semester including studies have been suspended.

Students who were still in school were asked to leave by 2.30pm the same day.




Police officers were spotted at the varsity’s main campus soon after the closure was announced. This is apparently because the students too decided to strike due to their concerns not being heard by the school’s administration.



Students are still set to graduate this Friday 17th in the school’s 30th graduation ceremony despite the suspension of studies.