Moi University Student Organisation (Muso) chairperson Isaac Choge has resigned over what he termed interference of the Universities Amendment Act 2016 with the student leadership.
In a letter addressed to the office of the vice-chancellor and dated October 19, Choge cited dilution of powers of the office of the chairperson and "lack of a strong touch with the students" as the reasons behind his resignation.
The 31st Muso chairperson also said he had completely lost faith in the student leadership guiding principles as enshrined in the Act, which became effective in 2017.
Should his resignation be accepted, Choge will be the first chairperson in the history of the organisation to have resigned from the position.
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