The issue of unrest in schools has been there for many years. However, in recent months, cases of student unrest have been rampant in all levels of education including High school and University.
It's however uncommon to find both students and the Teachers /Lecturers go on a joint strike against the Institution's administration. In most cases, you will find students Rioting while the lectures provide the voice of reason.
This is however not the case in Kisii University where both students and lecturers have taken to the streets to demand several things from the University's administration.
The fracas started after the lecturers went on strike demanding their delayed payments and also implementation of the 2019 CBA. The strike has disrupted the normal semester dates with students now facing the prospect of not doing their exams.
Students have today joined their lecturers in demanding the administration to address the lecturers' grievances.
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