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Guard your University jealously, VC advises students

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Swearing in ceremony of the 31st Students Governing Council (SGC) and the 1st Congress Delegates.

Vice Chancellor Prof. Isaac S. Kosgey has implored students to guard jealously the image of Moi University from negative publicity, noting that it is their institution of choice that will shape their careers.

“You are the people who will make or break your University. There is a lot of negative publicity in social media about Moi University because of the weird acts of some students. I want you to focus on your studies so that you can complete and graduate on time,” said Prof. Kosgey.

Students Governing Council 1The VC was speaking on Tuesday May 22, 2108 at main campus during the swearing in ceremony of the 31st Students Governing Council (SGC) and the 1st Congress Delegates.

Prof. Kosgey congratulated the student leaders upon being elected, reminding them that they are the chosen few, and therefore it is a privilege for them to be the bridge between the students and the University Management.

The student leaders were sworn in by the University Senior Legal Officer, Ms. Petrolina Chepkwony.

“Swearing in is a commitment to yourself and your constituents on the service you want to offer. It is a huge responsibility that requires wisdom. I want you to go and read the characteristics of a good leader. You need integrity to live upto the expectations of your constituents and you must strike a balance to give good guidance to your colleagues,” the VC said.

He urged the student leaders to follow the established University structures whenever they seek to resolve their grievances instead of turning into unreasonable activists who train their efforts at destabilizing the running of the Institution.

“Let’s reduce issues of students picketing. You need to optimize on the time you have to read so that you finish on time,” said Prof. Kosgey.

The VC promised to hold regular meetings with the leaders to iron out student issues.

He said the University will acquire space in the new Moi University Pension Towers situated in Eldoret Town to allow all students be in session at ago in order to stem delays in completion of their studies.

Deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of Student Affairs, Prof. Nathan O. Ogechi, cautioned the student leaders against involvement in heinous acts, reminding them that they are not above the law.

“In the past, some student leaders have found themselves before the disciplinary committee for all the wrong reasons. I don’t want that to happen to your team. You must lead by example,” said Prof. Ogechi.

31st Student Governing Council 2017/2018 Academic Year

1. Isaac Kipchirchir Choge – ChairpersonStudents Governing Council 3

2. Dina Nyanchama Onsomu – Vice Chairperson

3. Moses O. Odiwuor – Secretary General

4. Victor Okumu – Finance Secretary

5. Sherine Omondi – Academic Director

6. Brigid Siantei Kashoi – Co-Curricular Secretary

7. Ryan Jean Wandia – Special Needs & Social Affairs Secretary

1st Congress Delegates 2017/2018 Academic Year

1. Kevin Obilo Wandera – Academics

2. Leonard Karakacha – Co-Curricular

3. Magdaline Ejakait Igwatai – Special Needs & Social Affairs

4. Samson Ongara – Academics

5. Glory Kathambi Mbabu – Special Needs & Social Affairs

6. Elizabeth Amwamu – Co-Curricular

7. Hesbon Ondari – Academics

8. Ronny Alex Kimathi – Co-Curricular

9. Linet Chebet – Special Needs & Social Affairs

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