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Student’s body warn university unions against fighting VC

By Nathan Ochunge | Published Sat, September 1st 2018 at 08:56, Updated September 1st 2018 at 09:00 GMT +3
Mmuso Secretary General Julius Musau (left), Deputy President Ms Esther Nyaboke (center) and Mmuso President Mr Clifton Musera (left) addressing the media at the university premises on Friday. [Nathan Ochunge, Standard]

Masinde Muliro University students have warned the institution’s workers' unions against undermining the management.

The students' organisation told lecturers and other university staff to instead focus on their work and not mayhem.

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The police have allowed the institution’s academic and non-academic staff to stage demonstrations against Vice Chancellor Fredrick Otieno.

They warned the unions against disrupting learning at the university. “We don’t want interruption to the academic calendar with strikes and demonstrations,” said Ms Esther Nyaboke, the student’s union vice chair.


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