Dp Gachagua Issues Warning to Journalists Regarding Remark That Sparked Nationwide Uproar.
A few days after CS Machogu stirred up controversy in higher education by declaring that the government would stop funding public universities, Dp Rigathi Gachagua addressed the matter despite Machogu retracting his remarks.Dp Gachagua claims that he warned the reporter, stating, "Journalists please machine na sisi. You went on to claim that the university education will not be supported by the new Cs for education. If you do not understand, request clarification.
This sparked a national outrage, and Babu Owino, a former UON student leader, joined the discussion and issued a stern warning that tuition fees should not be raised. He will lead the protests to the state house if this occurs.
"University tuition shouldn't go up. Any attempt to raise tuition costs for universities will be resisted with force and will be no more effective than experience. Should this insanity continue, I will personally lead protests at the statehouse. Knowing the"The suffering that these colleagues are experiencing," said Babu Owino.
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