Years after his controversial take over as Moi University Vice-Chancellor, professor Isaac Kosgei has landed in a hot soup after the anti-corruption body EACC commenced investigations over reported graft allegations at the institution. It is reported that the EACC has been notified of alleged embezzlement of funds and the employment of ghost workers at Moi University.
Moi University has been brought into the latest feud between CJ nominee Martha Koome and LSK President Nelson Havi.The fight which is threatening to escalate into a lawsuit, came about when Havi demanded to know the scores of all members who attended JSC panel to be considered for the position of Chief Justice.
Moi University are set to close other satellites stations. This is after shutting down other campus back in the year. Speaking during the virtual 41st graduation, the VC, Prof.Issac Kosgei stated that the West Campus is in the process of closure. He added that they aiming at harmonizing the institution so as to cut on the expenditure cost and clear up the debts.
Moi University has arrived on the decision to close down some of its satellite campuses as part of a cost-cutting and education-improvement initiative. Prof Isaac Kosgei, the Vice-Chancellor of the institution, spoke during the university's graduation ceremony on proposed measures aimed at ensuring financial stability. Some of the institution's campuses will be reduced in size, and some of the institution's programs will be harmonized.
Moi University main campus planning to venture into apple farming . Speaking during the launching of the project the University vice chancellor Prof Isaac Kosgei said after the University conducting market survey the apple farming is one of the productive farming. The vice chancellor pointed further that the apple farming is one of the best farming product that fetches good price that has high demand globally.
Reports show that Moi University is likely to close or scale down more of its satellite campuses to reduce costs and improve education standards. The Vice-chancellor of Moi University, Prof Isaac Kosgei, said that the planned reforms include harmonising programmes as this seems to be cost friendly.
Moi University has hinted it will close or scale down more non-viable satellite campuses to reduce costs and improve education standards.Vice-chancellor, Prof Isaac Kosgei, said planned reforms include the harmonising programmes and scaling down some of its campuses as it seeks to become financially sustainable. "We have set in motion a number of reforms to put the university back to a good, healthy financial position.
The Moi University strikes that inlvolves students and lectures recently continues eliciting reactions among kenyans.However the signs of collapse of Moi University started to manifest after the exit of Prof Richard Mibey a VC who is attributed to growth of Moi University.
Moi University, who's main campus is located in Eldoret has resolved to shut down a number of its satellite campuses as part of a strategy to cut down on management costs and improve education standards in the institution. While addressing during the university's graduation ceremony, the Vice-chancellor, Prof Isaac Kosgei, talked about planned reforms in a bid to ensure financial stability of the university.
The administration of Moi University has resolved in shutting down some of its branches in a bid to cut the cost of expenditure. Speaking during the University's 41st graduation ceremony held virtually, the university Vice Chancellor Prof Isaac Kosgei reiterated that the institution is set to undergo major reforms in an attempt to cut the cost of expenditure.
Moi University has hinted it will close or scale down more satellite campuses to reduce cost and improve education standards. Vice - chancellor Prof Isaac Kosgei the planned reforms include harmonising programmes as it seeks to become finacially stable. "We have set in motion a number of reforms to put the university back to a good, healthy financial position.
The Ministry of Education is in advanced talks with Rivatex East Africa for the production of 24 million face masks for learning institutions across the country. Schools are expected to be opened in September 2020. According to Education Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha this is in line with government directive on the need to ensure that all school going children are protected from COVID 19 pandemic ahead of the possible opening in September. “We have had talks with Rivatex and we have advised
The Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) has launched an investigation into allegations of embezzlement and presence of ghost workers at Moi University. In a letter dated September 7 addressed to the Vice Chancellor, Prof Isaac Kosgei, the anti-graft watchdog has requested the management to provide it with original documents detailing all of the varsity's teaching and non-teaching staff as from July 1, 2018 to date.
In a letter dated September 7 addressed to the Vice Chancellor, Prof Isaac Kosgei, theanti-graft watchdog has requested the management to provide it with original documents detailing all of the varsity's teaching and non-teaching staff as from July. The latter said that “Pursuant to its constitutional and statuary mandate, the Commission, through its North Rift regional office, is conducting investigations into embezzlement of funds in the office of the Vice Chancellor,” reads the EACC letter seen by media.
Ethics and Anti-Corruption Commission (EACC) has launched an official probe against Moi University following revelation of ghost workers and cases of embezzlement of funds. According to Nation Media, EACC has sent an official notice to the institution enquiring a list of all the names of teaching and non- teaching staff in the institution.
Moi university to close its regional campuses. Moi university, a public university located at kesses Uasin Gishu country, as left many wondering after its announcement to closing its branches. Spreaking during the 41st graduation, the vice chancellor professor Isaac Kosgei said the university is set to close its branches to meet its plans as set by the management.