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University Hold Talks over Security of Non-Resident students

MMUST Student leaders and the University Security Officer, Mr. Julius Mabia, had a meeting with Kakamega Officer Commanding Police Station (OCS) Mr. Mohammed Godana and K9 Deputy In charge, Mr. Evans Kipsang, on Tuesday, 5th March 2019 at the University’s Security Office. This meeting was organized following recent incidences of non- residence students being attacked and robbed, while some killed. The student leaders, together with few other students, presented some of the security concerns faced by the students and possible measures to curb them.

MMUSO President, Clifton Kisera, said that most times students feel like cases are not taken seriously when reported to the Police. He recommended that culprits be arrested and students informed of the progress through the University’s Security Officer. The Vice President (MMUSO), Esther Nyaboke, added that key security personnel within the University and outside, the community, students and student leaders, should work together and come up with best ways of solving insecurity issues.

Read more on MMUST News Post Vol 2 Issue 8 

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