One of the Azimio-OKA coalition's co-principals failed to successfully defend his seat as an MP in Bungoma county, which might be seen as a severe setback for Raila's coalition. Wafula Wamunyinyi, the leader of the DAP-Kenya party backed by Azimio, lost his seat to John Makali, the former speaker of Bungoma County, who was running for Kanduyi MP on the Wetang'ula-led Ford Kenya party platform.
The high court has today reinstated the sacked KU VC Paul Wainaina.He was sacked after the land saga between KU and the government.The government wanted KU to surrender 400 Arces of land to WHO for a project. After the saga he was sacked together with some of his allies because he opposed this idea of surrendering university land.He was then forced vacate the office as the new VC takes over and the new council replacing the old one.
The new Kenyatta University Council has allegedly resolved to surrender the KU title deed to the ministry of lands. Photo :Courtesy In a news report that has been shared by a reliable source of information, it has been revealed that the land had brought drama after the Vice-chancellor of Kenyatta University Paul Wainaina allegedly got fired after Refusing to hand in the original tittle deed to the state.
Kenya University (KU), one of the leading universities in the country, has issued a statement just hours after the reinstatement of Prof Paul Wainaina as the Vice Chancellor of this institution by the court. Taking to their social media accounts, KU has welcomed him back to the institution saying they love him much.
Recently, Prof. Paul Wainaina was thrown into the limelight after President Uhuru Kenyatta publicly castigated him for refusing to cede land belong to Kenyatta University for the construction of a World Health Organization regional facility. The President warned him that as he goes for retirement he shall also accompany him for failing to cede the land.
Kenyatta University has quietly surrendered 400 Arces of land.This comes just some few days after the court stopped te government from taking the land terming it illegal move.The land saga between the government and KU led to Prof Wainaina Kenyatta University vice Chancellor being sacked. The LSK decided to go to court after this saga and uproar from the public and the court ordered the government not to take KU's land.Nelson Havi stated that the students and workers of KU begged him to represent them and he accepted.
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A court has ordered Kenyatta University to reinstate an embattled Vice chancellor. Prof. Wanaina was suspended following a squabble with president Uhuru Kenyatta for opposing plans to give part of the learning institution's land to the world health organisation (WHO), which is setting up a ksh 600 million emergency hub to cater for its regional operations. president Uhuru Kenyatta had threatened to deal with the KU management swiftly and effectively. Prof Wanaina earlier noted that he had been forced to resign
In remarks delivered at the school on Wednesday, July 27, following his restoration by the High Court, Former KU vice chancellor Prof. Paul Wainaina announced that he won't resign his job. The VC said he would only leave if proven he violated the law by not giving over the institution's property to the state. The VC stated his actions, which led to him clashing with President Uhuru Kenyatta, were designed to protect the students. He went on to clarify that the space the government wanted was for the medical
University ranking in Kenya is based on the published research projects, the quality of its learning facilities and students' population, its regional and global reputation, among other things.Below are among the five best universities in kenya to advance your academics; 1.University Of Nairobi. UoN trains most of Kenya's workforce and is among East Africa's best higher learning institutions.The school has over 90,000 students, over 2,000 academic staff with PhDs, more than 400 professors.It offers about 900 courses.
Deputy President, William Ruto's key ally has finally broken silence after sacked Kenyatta University Vice Chancellor, Prof. Wainaina was today reinstated by the High Court. In his ruling, Justice Jacob Gakeri further directed that the position should not be declared vacant or his salary revoked.
Kenyatta University Vice Chancellor Paul Wanaina has declared that he will not resign until the court approves that he committed a crime for refusing to surrender the University land to the government. Speaking at Kenyatta University after he was reinstated by the government , Wanaina has claimed that his actions which saw him clash with the president were meant to protect the interest of the students.
Kenyatta University has been ordered by a court to reinstate an unpopular vice-chancellor who was fired for declining to give land to the state for a government project. By requesting that the Employment and Labour Relations Court prevent the enforcement of Mr. Kinyua's orders, Prof. Wainaina sought to avoid being fired.
Unapologetic Kenyatta University Vice Chancellor Prof. Paul Wanaina has vowed to stay put insisting that he will not down his tools until he proves that he did not commit any crime by failing to surrender the institution's land to the government. Speaking today just 12 days to Uhuru's Retirement at the institution moments after being reinstated by the High Court, Prof Wanaina explained his actions which saw him clash with President Uhuru Kenyatta, were meant to protect the interest of the students.
An embattled vice chancellor who was suspended by Kenyatta University for refusing to turn over land to the state for a government initiative has been ordered by a court to be reinstated. Head of Public Service Joseph Kinyua instructed Prof. Paul Wainaina in two letters dated July 4 and July 7 to give up the title for Kenyatta University LR No.
Jubilee party has today submitted a list of names that they are fronting for nomination in the next parliament. Among the notable names include Sabina Chege of Muranga, Anne Kananu of Nairobi and Uhuru Kenyatta's sister Kristina Wambui. Being the sister to the party leader, Kristina's name stands tall.
Cheers And Jubilation At Kenyatta University After The Reinstatement Of VC Prof.Wainaina. (VIDEO) (Photos of Citizen Digital and The Nation) There were cheers and Jubilation at the Kenyatta University by students and this was after the court reinstated rhr Vice Chancellor professor Paul Wainaina. The students picked up their Vice Chancellor from the main gate after the court ruling and they walked with him towards the school administration block while cheering, dancing and singing in Jubilation.
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Good morning and welcome to the daily newspaper headlines review of Thursday's papers. Daily Nation. Race to the wire: Former prime minister Raila Odinga and Deputy president William Ruto are taking the battle to succeed President Uhuru Kenyatta, all the way to the last day of campaigns with a series of rallies in battleground zones, that will culminate with a duel in the city on August 6.
Kenyatta University's Vice Chancellor, Paul Wainaina, has expressed concern about the institution's lack of professors, claiming that it may have an impact on the quality of future education and research. He stated that the University has not had a full professor to replace those who retire or leave for other reasons for the past four years, citing the Department of Education's four full and two associate professors.