Paul Wainaina of Njoroko has described how his wife cheated on him while he was bedridden in the hospital, and how once he was discharged, she carried everything in the house and married. Paul met his wife while working as a shoe repairman, married her, and they had one child.
One of the oldest and most formidable learning institutions in the country is Kenyatta University which has been at the forefront of providing quality education to Kenyan students for years. Picture courtesy. KU main gate. This has been achieved thanks to the fact that the institution takes in a lot of learners and has very brilliant staff who are able to manage and ensure that the students get the best that can be offered.
Paul Wainaina From Njoroko has narrated how his wife cheated on him when he was Bedridden in hospital and after he was discharged she carried everything in the house and she got married. According to Paul he met his wife while he was working as shoe repair and he married her and they were blessed with one kid,after a while God blessed them and started a hotel in Nyanyuki and life was good.
"My Father-In-law Helped My Wife To Pack Everything In My House After I Was Involved In An Accident," Man Narrates
Paul Wainaina from Nyahururu, has Painfully narrated how his wife and his father inlaw carried everything in his house and left him with a small mattress .This was because he was involved in an accident that left his arm and leg injured. Paul was born and raised in Nyahururu ,he studied upto class 7 and due to financial problems he couldn't continue with his studies.
Concerns have been raised about a secondary school near Kenyatta University (KU) that performed dismally in last year's KCSE results, with more than half of its students receiving a mean grade of E. Kiwanja Secondary School received 62 Es, several Ds, and only two Cs in last year's KCSE results, according to University Vice Chancellor Prof. Paul Wainaina.
On Wednesday, one of the KU lecturers, Dr Rubai Mandela, launched the book ‘Before Two Became One’ at a Ruiru Hotel. Several people spoke during the book launch but perhaps, none of the speakers touched on a very important issue as Paul Wainaina, the Vice Chancellor for Kenyatta University.
In October 2019 a Kenyatta University student went viral after he recorded himself asking his mother to send him bus fare after students went on the rampage in the Thika road based University. The Kenyatta University students had on strike citing injustice from the administration. Among all the confusion, one student caught the eyes of many through his video recorded during the strike. In the video, the student recorded using his phone's front camera, is seen running away from the scene of the fracas as police
University of Nairobi VC prof. Paul Wainaina (photo courtesy) The job of a vice chancellor is one of the most lucrative jobs in Kenya. Being in the job group E4 where one stands to earn a basic salary of between Ksh. 297,765 and Ksh 576,120 per month. This position always attracts a lot of politics whenever there is a vacancy and sometimes the battle is always decided in the court room. Like for instance that of the University of Nairobi where professor Kiama was forced to go to court to protect his position.
Zack Kînûthia is the CAS-Education. This morning he posted oh his facebook page how he started his boxing day. We are aware helding discussions may take even a day depending on the matters in the table. This surprised many Kenyans of how a youthful CAS would spend his holiday in such a way. Look at what he had posted on his facebook page today. Picture for illustrative purpose. Held discussions with the Vice Chancellor of Kenyatta University this week, Prof Paul Wainaina about the State of the Learning, the
Fresh Hope for Teacher Graduates and University Students as BEd Row Takes a New Twist, VCs Intervene
Fresh teacher graduates and University Students taking Bachelors Degree in Education now have renewed hope as universities come to their intervention concerning the scrapping of BEd degree by the Teachers Service Commission. The ministry of education had also issued a statement supporting the scrapping of BEd degree. This has however spelt a new clash between the Education Ministry and the Universities.
Kenya is one of the leading East African Community (EAC) states that enjoys good education system and has a good number of universities that are known globally.The universities include; Kenyatta, University of Nairobi, Egerton, Moi,Maseno and Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (MMUST).
On Saturday 11th, a group of 16 students from Kenyatta University pursuing medicine, engineering, pharmacy and nursing unveiled a ventilator set to offer breathing aid to COVID-19 victims.. The ventilator prototype that goes for Ksh 500,000 is the first ever to be produced locally. The students and their supervisors, Shadrack Mambo and Nicholas Gikonyo stated that 50 units can be made in a given week if the project is approved by the Ministry of Health. The prototype was launched on Saturday by Betty Maina,
The covid 19 pandemic has threatened the education sector forcing them to adapt the digital learning programmes. The basic education together with higher learning studies are customized to get their studies online due to closure of schools. It's during this pandemic that the Kenyatta University vice chancellor prof. Paul Wainaina has virtually signed contract with South Africa firm Higher Education Partners(HEP) The contract's agreement stated that HEP will help Kenyatta University develop and expand its capacity
Good afternoon? It's quite saddening following the death of KU's top official. Kenyatta University have lost the Registrar Academics, Professor Andanje Mwisukha in a mysterious way. It is said that the professor died yesterday after addressing the first years during the matriculation ceremony held within the school grounds. Reports say that Prof Andanje collapsed and fainted later after which he was rushed to Nairobi Hospital where the university administration led by the vice chancellor, prof. Paul Wainaina
After the announcement made by Education Cabinet Secretary George Magoha that universities can now reopen, different universities have announced varied plans to students and staff. Mount Kenya University has been continuing with their online classes and has now opened the lecture halls for the the medical students and Nursing school who are already taking their practical lessons. The online exams for the other categories of students are still ongoing as from 5th of October. On the other hand The University
Mama Ngina University as it has been named will be open to admitting students in September this year according to Education Cabinet secretary Prof George Magoha.It is located in Gatundu South sub county, Kiambu county and is a constituent of the iconic Kenyatta University. Magoha was speaking at Mutomo primary school when he announced the news.He praised the progress of the construction of the varsity which began in 2016 and is now complete.The institution will offer three programmes in Hospitality, Environmental Studies and Information Communication Technology.
A third University to be named after the Kenyatta's dynasty; after Kenyatta University and Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture, Technology (JKUAT), Mama Ngina Kenyatta University has been set up. Education Cabinet Secretary Professor George Magoha has today announced that Mama Ngina Kenyatta University is primed to commence offering services this September, the University which has been named after His Excellency President of The Republic of Kenya Uhuru Kenyatta's mother Mama Ngina Kenyatta is scheduled to begin running in September.
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.
User Residents who have for decades been enduring poor sanitation in Lamu are optimistic that the newly launched Sh 17.2 million water project will help end the problem. The project partly financed by the Kenya Government as well as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation intends to improve the general sanitation and hygiene levels in the county, particularly Mokowe Town. The project is being undertaken by the Lamu Water and Sewerage Company (LAWASCO) after successfully securing funding from the Water Sector