Students from Kenyatta University which is among the best and biggest university in the country have come out to protest over tough examinations offered to them. A video that is circulating online shows the said students feeling agitated and tearing their examination papers with their teeth.[Photo Courtesy]
The institution was once critisized by a popular artist Krispah saying that there is no education and even if they call his children in the university he will never accept them to go.
The university refuted the claim and even went ahead through their ambassador to pull down the song from YouTube. What many people are asking now is what if the allegations of the artist were true and the students do not have any content?
It is very unfortunate that some students are complaining about the exams while they had time to study. Many people now say that there is high probability that the students went to school just to meet new people and not to study.
The institution is a big name in the education sector and it is regretful that they are the one who can depict silky behaviour to the public. On the other hand we believe that what they are saying might be true but they must also study and prepare for their examinations.Here are some people condemning them.
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