The second and third years Moi University students have been directed to wait until January 2020 to resume classes even as students in the other years of study at the institution were allowed back.
The move follows recent demonstrations that led to the closure of the institution.
In a communique released last Thursday by the Deputy Vice Chancellor Academic, Research and Extension Prof. Isaac Kimengi indicated that the decision to reschedule the studies was arrived at during a special senate meeting.
“The university senate resolved that all the second and third years of study students resume lectures in January 2020. The actual opening day would be communicated at a later date,” the memo expounded.
The protests led to expulsion of some members of Moi University Students Organization (MUSO) who were accused of masterminding the demonstrations which the University administration termed illegal.
By Rono Robinson