The issue of increasing the University fee has created a lot of drama both in the internet as well as on the ground. The issue has given students sleepless nights because of how hectic it shall be for the students and parents in payment of the fee. This is because a good number of students go through a lot to be able to clear the already existing fee which is about ksh 16,000 per semester. If the fee is increased three times more that the current fee, do you think many students will cope up with the situation and already many depend on the HELB loan which is also not sufficient? Of course they will not.
Well, regarding the issue, the CS Prof. George Magoha had a meeting with KUSO leaders which was headed by Antony Manyara, the former KUSO chairman. In the meeting, the CS stated that there is no proposal on the issue of fee increament that has reached him. In addition, he said that should there be any of such proposal, he will totally reject it.
An additional discussion that was held with the CS, it was also agreed that they will hold a follow up meeting with the top KUSO officials and discuss about the increase of HELB allocation. This would be of great help to many students as they depend on this loan for fee payment as well as for school upkeep. For more exciting updates, please FOLLOW and you can as well comment, like and share.
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