It has become a norm for unknown people to attack university students while on their way. One of the recent attacks is the missing of the TUM Student who went missing after their demonstrations earlier this week.The Pwani University students' leader, (the president) has today realesed a memo over an incident where a comrade was attacked by unkown armed people.
Peter Tum, the Principal Secretary nominee for Medical Services, has promised a rigorous restructuring of reforms in the health sector, particularly in public hospitals. During his vetting before the National Assembly committee chaired by Endebess MP Robert Pukose, he stated that if approved, he will give careful consideration to increasing human resources in hospitals in order to avert the crisis in public hospitals.
The Technical University of Mombasa student is said to have gone missing a few days ago and has not been seen since. Picture courtesy. Image of the OB report at Makupa Police Station. The student, is said to have been vying to be the next Student Union President before he went missing under unclear circumstances.
Tecnical University of Mombasa has been hitting the headlines after the students have rioted for two days within the school all the way to Buxton in such of justice over some of the thing they feel are not sitting well with them in their own school .This lead to the suspension of studies and closure of the school .
Shadrack Wekesa, a first-year student at the Technical University of Mombasa (TUM), drowned while swimming in the Indian Ocean, and his tragic death has left the TUM fraternity in great sadness. He apparently drowned while enjoying a beach day with some new pals, despite their best efforts to resuscitate him.
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Photo Courtesy. The Family of 27-year-old Salim Mohammad Rashid from Mombasa continues to wonder what went wrong with their son to the extent that he decided to become a terrorist. According to his father, Salim was a very bright student who stood out among the rest. His sharp brains meant very few could match him in class from Nursery school to Secondary.
The technical university of Mombasa lectures today were hindered as the university lecturers woke up to demonstrate over poor governorship of the institution. According to the lecturers,they were Protesting about the lack of promotion in the institution,poor health coverage and lack of health insurance and protest for the CBA.
Yesterday, Kenyans were left in disbelief and grief following the sudden demise of the former Kenya Seed Company managing director Nathaniel Tum. Former Kenya Seed Company Managing Director Nathaniel Tum Photo courtesy. According to sources, Tum had been ailing silently for long and that led him to be admitted in a hospital in Nairobi for long.
It is a sad evening in Eldoret after the untimely demise of a famous Tycoon in the area, according to sources Nathaniel Tum died at a Nairobi hospital where he was receiving treatment. Tum was the former Manager at the Kenya Seeds company where he worked for several years before his retirement.
In Kenya and all across the globe Medical and Engineering related course are highly regarded and at one point in life almost every child has a dream of being a Medical practitioner or an Engineer. After completing the Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education most of the top students opt for either of the two but a percentage is stuck between choosing between Engineering and Medicine .If you are in this group worry no more as i will introduce you to Medical Engineering.
Before joining terror groups, Salim Mohamed was a smart and intelligent student who scored an A-minus in his 2014 KCSE, and joined terror groups through internet. He got a calling letter to proceed with his studies at Jomo Kenyatta University of science and technology (JKUAT) but he never showed any interest to go ahead with his studies.
38 people from Soin Sigowet sub county in Kericho county have been admitted at Kericho County Referral Hospital after consuming goat meat that is suspected to be poisonous. While confirming the incident, Jane Tum who is the assistant Medsup at the facility said that the patients who complained of stomach ache after consuming the meat were rushed to the facility yesterday.
The former managing director Kenya seed company, Nathaniel Kipkorir Arap Tum is dead. His son Jacob confirmed the news saying that the family has received a big blow from the demise of their loving father, he said they had lost an important person in their family. The late Nathaniel succumbed to miloma and cardiac arrest, the late died at Nairobi hospital.
As the government continues cracking whip in a move to tame corruptions in some Ministries and parastatals the EACC has summoned members of Kenya seeds company. In a letter addressed to some boards Dr Nathaniel Tum has appeared before EACC office North Rift region in Eldoret. According to the letter Dr Tum was tasked to explain how he awarded tender for seeds treatment chemicals to syngenta East Africa.
Salim Muhammad Rashid is a Kenyan born young man who has surprised many people with the kind of work he decided to venture into. He was born and raised in Mombasa. He has always been a bright student ever since he was enrolled in nursery school. In 2014 he scored an A plain and was accepted ai JKUAT but he refused to go.
Technical University of Mombasa (TUM) is a public university located in the coastal city of Mombasa, Kenya Tudor, along Tom Mboya avenue. It is amongst the oldest institution of higher learning in Kenya. It is one of the National Polytechnics recently elevated to a fully fledged University in Kenya.
A student who scored A minus in the 2020 Kenya Certificate of Secondary Education (KCSE) has resulted to doing menial jobs in a bid to raise university fees. Jemimah has taken upon herself to raise fees for her university education and she vows to remain determined. Coming from a very humble background from Kitale, Trans Nzoia, she has turned to washing dishes and splitting firewood and any other kind of menial tasks to raise money for her fees.
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.
A student who scored an A minus in the 2020 Kenya Certificate Of Secondary Education (KCSE) has resorted to doing menial jobs in a bid to raise fees for college. Jemimah has taken it upon herself to raise money for her university education and she will stop at nothing, or so it seems.
The Technical University of Mombasa (TUM) has been ordered by the Mombasa High Court to pay a student who failed to graduate from the institution in 2018. In a ruling made by Judge Eric Ogola on July 28, the presiding judge ordered TUM to pay Dismas Pole Mwasambu Ksh250,000 in damages.