“Tunataka Kusoma!!!” UON students Strike Due to lack of Lecturers

The students of University of Nairobi, Lower Kabete campus have gone on strike. They have been in the school for a month and the lecturers have not attended to them. This has become a nuisance to the students.

The year 2020 began with a looming strike that was expected in the beginning of the semester. The strike that hasn’t yet happened. Now for a month, the lecturers are still awaiting for the decision of UASU on strike.

The students who pay over Ksh. 70,000 per semester are now on streets demanding the lecturers to come on board. Whenever you miss to clear the fees it becomes a stumbling block for you to sit exams.

The Tunataka Kusoma generation are now out here for serious business. They feel their time is being wasted by the lecturers. This move is to ensure they are on check to ensure they graduate on time.

 

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