Susan Choge, Universities Academic Staff Union (Uasu) chairperson Mmust chapter, said despite the university closure, they will press on with the strike until their salaries are increased.
She said lecturers and non-teaching staff have downed tools affirming that it is the university management mandate to decide the studentsâ fate.
âThe strike is still on and the closure of the institution will not affect us, we shall press on until the government behaves,ââ said Choge.
Choge urged the government to give the strike the seriousness it deserves adding that the country is facing an education crisis that should be addressed immediately.
Efforts by The Standard to get a comment from MMUST Vice Chancellor Prof Â BCC Wangila were futile.
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