Paul Wainaina, who served as the vice chancellor of Kenyatta University in the past, has been appointed to the CBC reform task force by William Ruto, the current president of Kenya. William Ruto, the current President of Kenya, expressed worry about the state of the country's educational system.
As a result of Professor Paul Wainaina's resistance to transferring land owned by Kenyatta University to the World Health Organization, President Uhuru Kenyatta decided to dismiss him from his position (WHO). On the other hand, he was removed from the office, and he fled despite the fact that the court had repeatedly ordered him to return to his post.
After been removed from office in a manner that violated the law, Paul Wainaina's nomination is a significant act of mercy. Paul Wainaina will serve as a member of the CBC review panel, which was established only today in order to determine whether or not the network should be discontinued.
Paul Wainaina served Kenyatta University in the role of Vice Chancellor and was responsible for the leadership of the university. His expertise and years of experience will undoubtedly be of assistance to the CBC or to the new entity that it will become.
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