The technical university of Mombasa lectures today were hindered as the university lecturers woke up to demonstrate over poor governorship of the institution.
According to the lecturers,they were Protesting about the lack of promotion in the institution,poor health coverage and lack of health insurance and protest for the CBA.
This strike of the particular varsity lecturers has paralyzed the learning activities of the students in that institution who woke up early in the morning to go and grab the knowledge.
"Lectures in TUM have been suspended for a while as the varsity lecturers are currently on a demonstration.The lecturers are protesting against CBA,poor health coverage and lack of promotion.In our country kenya everything must be suspended for justice to prevail," Bottom Up wrote on his Twitter page.
Does it mean that for civil servants to get their portion of hard work they must ask it through demonstration and protests?
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