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Moi University To Lay Off Some Staff Amid Financial Constraints

Moi University will be laying off some of the workers as they try to overcome the financial situation that has been a menace for quite some time now.

The Vice Chancellor Professor Isaac Kosgey has told Standard Digital that the move comes after a series of meetings by the school senate.

Learning and other academic activities in the university have not been flowing smoothly due to alleged mismanagement of funds.

In October, 2021 the management of the school was forced to arrive to a decision of closing the institution for two years.

Moi University staff on strike in 2021.

But will the laying of staff help in reviving the school back to where it used to be during late president Moi's era?

"A section of Kenyans have been attributing the fall to including politics in the management. Prof Laban Ayiro could not do corrupt deals with local politicians," said one social media user.

"If you want to know how visionless leadership,tribalism, Village choreographed corruption, outright plunder of public resources can do to a country, this is a perfect example.The politicians went ahead to install mtu wao who has done an excellent job at Moi University," said another.

Thousands of students who did the 2021 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education are expected to join on September after KUCCPS placement last month.

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Isaac Kosgey Moi University Standard Digital


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