A student by the name Dismus Mwasambi of the Technical university of Mombasa has been paid a hefty amount by the institution after a High Court rule .The high court of Mombasa ordered the institution to pay the student sh250,000 for denying him a chance to graduate and also violating his human rights.
Dismus Mwasambi was pursuing a degree in Business Administration and joined the institution in 2014 where he was set to graduate in 2018.In his last year,the university barred Dismus from graduating for allegedly forging his certificate and further claiming that investigations into the case of Dismus wete not concluded
After a heated case in Mombasa law courts ,Justice Eric Ogola ruled in favour of Dismus stating that the learning institution violated Mwasambu's human rights to a fair hearing,fair governing of administration and human dignity.His name was plucked from the graduands list in 2018 but Ogola directed TUM to include the petitioner's name in its list of graduands who will be conferred this year.
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