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University of Nairobi students demonstrate in solidarity with striking lecturers

By Mercy Asamba | February 1st 2017
Lower Kabete,University of Nairobi. (Photo: Courtesy)

Lower Kabete,University of Nairobi students stage demonstrations in solidarity with their striking lecturers. The students have appealed to the Government to look into dons grievances.

The students have claimed they are in dire need of education and want the government to act so that the lecturers can come back to class.

They have given a 12-hour notice after which they will commence their strike day and night.

“The country is reach and the government is spending money on other things instead of paying the professors and doctors their dues,” said one of the students.

They intend to hold peaceful demonstrations unless they are pushed to the wall.


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