Kamotho Njomo, the university's lawyer, admitted that the institution was experiencing some challenges given it only received its charter last year.
The group left one of the Hotels in Kisii on motorbikes with the cars behind and headed straight to the Kisii County Commissioner's office where they held a closed door meeting for the better part of Monday morning.
"In ODM I feel at home. I have worked with the ODM party leader before and have also been receiving advice from Governor Wycliffe Oparanya and Mombasa Governor Hassan Joho, unlike in Jubilee where I had no say," Kizito said, while dismissing claims that he was being used as a Jubilee mole.
A team of experts has been formed to review the systems, policies, procedures and practices in the pricing of pharmaceutical and non-pharmaceutical supplies.
Governor William Kabogo says leaving the International Criminal Court (ICC) is a bad idea for Kenya.
Mathioya MP Clement Wambugu said the eight had all the skills required by the aviation industry and obtained Private Practice Licences as well as commercial licences, allowing them to fly passenger planes.
The National Land Commission (NLC) has started plans to revoke title deeds of lands in water catchment areas in Coast region.
Cold-blooded gangsters snuffed out the life of a physically handicapped man as he struggled out of a vehicle moments after they shot his driver.
Administration officials are happy crime rate in the coast region has plunged courtesy of the National government’s Sh18.5 billion Last Mile Connectivity linking close to one million households to the power grid.
Jubilee will replace Tiaty MP Asman Kamama from the powerful parliamentary National Security Committee, National Assembly Leader of Majority Aden Duale has said.
A watchman was killed as he tried to stop thieves from robbing the Catholic church and priest he was guarding.
Former Devolution Cabinet Secretary Anne Waiguru has insisted she is still in the race for the Kirinyaga governor's seat.
The aspirants are Bungoma County Assembly Speaker John Makali, lawyer Edwin Sifuna and security consultant Gilbert Wangila.
In their scorecards, during their state of county addresses, Kakamega governor Wycliffe Oparanya, Sospeter Ojaamong of Busia, Bungoma’s Ken Lusaka and their Vihiga counterpart Moses Akaranga highlighted the promises they made and kept.