The university of Nairobi vice Chancellor Stephen Kiama is blaming the Education cabinet secreatary prof George Magoha for making structural changes in the university. Magoha now want university to only make changes which are educational and never structural.
Kiama feel Magoha is getting into the matters involving the Independence of the universities which have a decision to make their own personal changes. According to Magoha the changes that he made are for the better of the university something which has been criticized by the university Senate.
The university of Nairobi and Magoha have had disagreement for a long time now. Since the search for the new VC to now the changes the two seem to always disagree. On management Magoha way of leardership seem never to align with that of Kiama and other learders. At one time Magoha was ordered to quit university affairs and politics as he is no longer an active party in the institution. It is only UoN which seem to have challenges as Magoha is never actively involved in affairs regarding other institutions something which make learders question his quest in the matters.
Magoha has suspended the fee hike meant by the university and things are drastically changing. What are your views over the exchange between the two organs, i.e the ministry and University leardership? Leave a comment.
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