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KENYANS URGED TO PORTRAY HONESTY AND INTEGRITY

Kenyans have been urged to portray deep honesty and integrity in order to propel our country to the next level. These sentiments were echoed by Mount Kenya University, Chairman, Dr. Simon Nyutu Gicharu during the institution’s  10th Graduation Ceremony attended by among others  Internal Security Minister Joseph Nkaisery and Cabinet …

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Prof. Waudo Atticulates MKU’s Strategic Plan As Nearly 10,000 Students Graduate In Colourful Convocation

Due to the emerging challenges experienced in the country in the recent times, Mount Kenya University (MKU) has started teaching a faculty in governance and security. This was revealed by the Vice Chancellor Prof. Stanley Waudo during the university’s 10th graduation ceremony. He said that the university had recognised the …

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Government To Deploy Secret Agents In Schools To Curb Radicalisation, Schools Unrests

In a bid to secure learning institutions and curb student radicalization in schools and colleges, the government is working on a plan to deploy secret agents to secretly collect and crucial information on illicit activities, movements and plans before they happen. This was revealed by Interior Cabinet Secretary Major Gen. …

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STAY FOCUSED, DEVELOP THE RESILIENCE OF PORTUGAL IF YOU WANT TO SUCCEED IN LIFE, MKU CHAIRMAN

The ability to adapt and bounce back from adversity and misfortunes in one’s life,one’s ability to overcome the setbacks of lifelong with being able to deal with pressure, is the most important ingredient that one needs to ever succeed in life. This was the general message conveyed to the grandaunts …

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FIVE CHANIA BOYS IN CUSTODY FOR ATTEMPTED UNREST. OTHERWISE, SCHOOL’S SITUATION UNDER CONTROL

Five students were on Thursday night arrested and held at Thika Police Cells over an attempted unrest and possible arson.The five, all from Chania Boys High School, found themselves in the wrong side of the law after their plans to incite the other boys to strike backfired. According to the …

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Students Arraigned In A Thika CourtFor Being Drunk And In Possession Of Chang’aa

Seven students were yesterday arraigned in a Thika court for being in possession of chang’aa over the weekend. Before chief Magistrate Theresa Murigi, the seven denied all charges of being drunk and disorderly and being in possession of chang’aaon the 24th July of this month The seven were arrested by …

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