The University of Nairobi (UoN) Vice Chancellor Professor Stephen Kiama has issued a very stern warning to the students leaders over the planned mega strike across all it's campuses and that was scheduled to start today.
According to Kenyans.co.ke, a video had been doing rounds online of the Vice Chancellor Professor Stephen Kiama addressing a group of students who some are believed to be student leaders.
From the video, tbe VC told the students that he would not accept lectures or threats from them.
Kiama further accused them of planning amongst themselves who will issue threats to the administration and told them that they should not go that direction.
Kiama further stated that the students should engage with the administration for them find a way out.
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