Sigh of Relief for Expelled University Students

Students in Kenyan Universities have been expelled for various reasons shattering their dreams to excel academically and in life.

An investigation by Daily Nation indicates in the past two years over 300 university students in the country have been expelled.

Its easy to get admitted at the university but graduating is another struggle that requires Gods mercy. They say rules exists to be broken but at our institutes of higher learning if you fail to obey the laws then you might ruin your life completely.

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The main reasons for being expelled from campus include: cheating in exams, leading, organizing and participating in strikes among other forms of indiscipline. The most remorseful thing as a student is receiving the university expulsion letter from the administration.

UON students in a past strike

However, there is hope for those students who were expelled from the University of Nairobi. The varsity Vise chancellor Prof has directed the Senate to review cases of suspended students with a view of readmitting them.

Prof Kiama, who seems to be emphatic says that the expelled students need to be given a second chance to complete their studies.

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“We must exercise the core value of care. We need to give these students a second chance to complete their studies and graduate.” stated Prof Kiama.



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