Thika: Mount Kenya University (MKU) will continue providing a conducive environment for learning, Vice Chancellor Prof. Stanley Waudo has said.
Speaking during the 16th inauguration of the students’ council officials yesterday, Prof. Waudo stated that university will strive to ensure continuous improvement in facilities and services.
“Introduction of the biometric registration is designed to improve staff and student biodata management and also boost security,” he said.
He commended the students for conducting peaceful, free and fair democratic polls adding that the presence of the 2017 election aspirants who lost was is commendable and a reminder of what happens in a democratic society.
He said in the spirit of togetherness and corporate leadership, the University strategic objectives will be implemented effectively.
“To the in-coming Student Governing Council, always strive to be transparent and accountable in your day-to-day operations. Always embrace dialogue and seek for guidance when need arises,” he said.
MKUSA President Martin Owilla commended thanked the Mount Kenya University Fraternity for the Peace that prevailed during the Elections.
“Much appreciation to the Outgoing President Charles Karondo,” the President said during his inaugural speech.
The students leaders who were elected are President-Martin Owilah Omondi, Vice President – Purity Kimwe, Secretary general – Abdi Ahmed Ismail, Finance secretary – Ahmed Abdirissack , Academic affairs -Abel Kengere Ombaso, Social welfare secretary – Mr. Patrick Muriuki, Sports secretary – Julius Kaleli, External affairs – Mahabub Abdi Dagane and Health &Accommodation – Tally Musee.