In a 12th January letter to the university council, professor Ndiege said he was dissatisfied with the council decision to advertise the position of Vice Chancellor in the presence of an eligible candidate who has been occupying the office for the last 5 years.
Quoting fellow students, Lokinomoi says the problem in Kyambogo is not failure to pay but people who squander the studentsâ€™ fees. He points out that last year close to 33 billion shillings was lost in a financial scam at the university adding that, to date the implicated officials have never been tasked to refund the money.
Seven officials of Kyambogo University Council are still in police custody a day after they were arrested while in a meeting. The university was on Friday afternoon thrown into panic as detectives from the Inspectorate of Government arrested the entire membership of the Council for alleged abuse of office.