Activities at the Multimedia University of Kenya are at standstill for the second day after the school workers were joined by the lecturers in a strike to demand their unpaid arrears. The two groups held peaceful demonstrations on Magadi road next to the university premises where they sang songs of solidarity.
They said that they are now tired of empty promises by the school management which has been humiliating them for long now and this is the reason as to why they decided to take to the streets to demand answers from the management. Attempts to hear from the Vice Chancellor of the university, Professor Festus Kaberia run futile since his phone didn't go through.
As the workers and lecturers were demonstrating, students were watching from far wondering what will happen next considering that most of them are first years who have joined the school in less than a week ago. However, the involved parties have vowed not to resume duties until their problems are fully settled.
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