Today, the Deputy President William Samoei Ruto toured the Coastal region to continue with his campaigns. The DP had a warm reception in the Matuga area. Here he empowered small scale operators and later asked them to support the Hustler Nation. Ruto said that it gratifying that the conversation in Kenya has changed as everyone is speaking about the economy.
Students who graduated with Engineering Degrees but failed to secure employment for over 9 years will be smiling all the way to the bank after the High Court awarded them Ksh15 million compensation. A report by Business Daily on Wednesday, July 28, indicated that 75 students had sued Technical University of Kenya (TUK) over the quality of degrees.
Despite fighting the monster bone cancer, Mercy Silah was always bubbly and full of life. Her love story with her husband Raphael Ragot got everyone's admiration. The bubbly Mercy Silah who sang her hope out even in ICU breath her last on Saturday morning. Her story is one that anybody would run away from.
Tension is building up among students at the Technical University of Kenya as a male student has gone missing for three days now after allegedly being accused of exam cheating. Erick Simiyu, a B-Com student at TUK was reportedly last seen by his colleagues in the institution three days ago at around 3pm after being sampled out by a lecturer who was invigilating an exam.
The love story of Ragot and his late wife, Mercy Silah started while they were in Technical University of Kenya (TUK) formerly Kenya Poly. They started dating on January 16th 2015. Ragot was studying Electrical and Electronic Engineering while she was studying Aeronautical Engineering at the time.
Technical University of Kenya(TUK) is a public university located in Nairobi county.It was chartered in January 2013 by then president Mwai Kibaki.From The Vice Chancellor Prof. Francis W. O. Aduol the university is happy to announce that it will hold their 9th graduation but due to COVID-19 measures,the ceremony will be virtual.
A police officer was on Wednesday arrested for robbing a Tuk Tuk driver ksh 1,100 in Kandara, Murang’a County. The officer was arrested on Wednesday evening following a complaint that was filed by the victim at Kabati Police Station in Murang’a County. According to the police report, the victim narrated how the officer flagged down his Piaggio Tuk Tuk, registration number KTWA 546X, and demanded Ksh 2000.
Professor Alfred Omenya, a professional architect, has shared intrigues into how tertiary facilities create controversial degrees that disadvantage graduates seeking job opportunities. Omenya is a former lecturer at the University of Nairobi (UoN) and Technical University of Kenya (TUK) in addition to being the Chief Executive Officer of Eco-Build, an architecture firm.
The High Court in Nairobi on Thursday July 29, 2021, has ordered the Technical University of Kenya ( TUK) to pay 15M to 75 former students. The former students sued the institution after failing to secure jobs with an engineering degree awarded to them by the University as it is not recognized by Engineers Board of Kenya ( EBK ).
Recently the Kenyans have been complaining for the harrasment from police officers, This come after detectives in Kandara are investigating yet another incident of police misconduct, In which a police officer is reported to have violently robbed a Tuk tuk driver Shilling 1,100. In an incident booked at Kabati police station in Muranga caunty.
On July 29, 2021, a Nairobi High Court ordered the Technical University of Kenya (TUK) to pay Sh15 million to 75 former students. Former students sued the university for being unable to find work after receiving an engineering degree from the university that was not recognized by the Engineers Board of Kenya (EBK).
"I am therefore in agreement with the petitioners that they were students of the UoN and were entitled to be awarded degrees by the university in absence of any legal provisions transferring the award of degree certificates to Technical University of Kenya," justice Makau of the high court ruled on the petition that was tabled by UoN engineering graduates.
Students who graduated with Engineering Degrees however neglected to get work for more than 9 years will be grinning right to the bank after the High Court granted them Ksh15 million compensation. A report by Business Daily on Wednesday, July 28, showed that 75 graduates had sued Technical University of Kenya (TUK) over the quality of degrees.
It's celebration time for students who studied engineering degrees but failed to secure employment after 9 years of trying. This is after the high court awarded them Ksh 15M as compensation. According to Kenyans.co.ke with a citation from Business Daily, 75 students had sued Technical University of Kenya (TUK) after they convinced the court that the quality of degrees they learnt was of poor quality.
Students who acquired 'useless' degrees will be compensated by the High court. The amount of money aligned for the compensation is 15 million. Going by the reports, the money will be divided among students who did engineering courses. But failed to secure employment after nine years.
Former technical University of Kenya degree students have all the reasons to smile as per the latest court orders to the varsity. According to blogger Oimbo Onchieku,the court has ordered for a Ksh. 15m compensation for over 75 students who did their engineering degree at the varsity but has failed to secure a job for over nine years since graduation.
University of Nairobi is one of the best universities in Africa and is offering many courses including Engineering courses. 75 students who were admitted in the University of Nairobi to pursue Engineering courses between the year 2009 and 2011, have been awarded 15 million after they could not get jobs as their Engineering degrees are not recognized by the Engineers Board of Kenya.
A Tuk tuk driver has reported to Kabati Police Station in Murang’a about an incident of police misconduct. From his statement, the police officer stopped him and demanded for Sh. 2000 as a bribe but when the complainant stood his ground and refused, the accused snatched Sh.
Photo courtesy Road accidents cases have been reported across different counties here in Kenya.Most road accidents are spearheading due to human ignorance on obeying traffic rules and regulations.When most of this road accidents occurs, many people lose their lives while other sustaining more physical injuries.
Six units of the Laikipia-made four-wheel tuk tuk have received licence from the National Transport Safety Authority (NTSA).This means the tuk tuks that have fully been issued with number plates and logbooks can operate on public roads. The revelation was made in an inter-agency virtual meeting co-chaired by Principal Secretary State Department for Infrastructure Paul Maringa and Laikipia Governor Ndiritu Muriithi last week to assess the progress of the tuk tuks also known BJ50.