MKU Students Ordered to Return To Class


On the 9th of October, Mount Kenya University announced that its main campus in Thika would be closed due to political unrest.

Only a day later on the 10th, students were ordered to return to class via a memo from the Deputy Vice Chancellor Dr. Bibianne Waiganjo-Aidi. The dates of return vary depending on the courses done by the students with the earliest return date being 10th for Medicine and Nursing students and the latest being the 16th for School of Business and Economics students.

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