It's quite saddening following the death of KU's top official.
Kenyatta University have lost the Registrar Academics, Professor Andanje Mwisukha in a mysterious way. It is said that the professor died yesterday after addressing the first years during the matriculation ceremony held within the school grounds.
Reports say that Prof Andanje collapsed and fainted later after which he was rushed to Nairobi Hospital where the university administration led by the vice chancellor, prof. Paul Wainaina went to discover the reason/cause of the problem.
Later on the same fateful day, he was pronounced dead but it's cause was not disclosed.
The school fraternity are in deep sorrow following the gap created in the school authority following the demise of their leader.
The program to give the professor his farewell and console the family will be communicated later.
The board of the university, chief staff members, students, receive condolences from across all the walks of Kenya.
May your soul rest in eternal peace Professor 😭😭
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