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New Message To All Moi University Students

The financially crippled Moi University will reopen its main campus on Monday after nearly two weeks of closure due to a strike by workers, including lecturers.

Vice Chancellor Prof Isaac Kosgey last week held talks with the workers' union to reach a return to work deal so that the university can resume programmes.

“At a special meeting held on 3rd November 2021, the Senate resolved that teaching and learning activities should resume. Subsequently students are advised that lectures will commence on Monday 8th November,” a statement signed by Deputy Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs Nathan Kimengi read.

It isn't anyway clear if the college the board has arrived at an arrangement with the striking laborers. Their association authorities are relied upon to give an assertion on Monday. 

Speakers at the foundation said it was on its demise bed with practically all activities deadened because of monetary issues brought about by a swelled labor force and debasement. 

The EACC has opened examinations concerning cases of unite in the VC's office and presence of apparition laborers. 

He said the college will send home the greater part of its 5,000 specialists in a staff justification program caused by profound monetary issues including obligations adding up to more than Sh5 billion. 

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