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Straight Talk Series Launch at Moi University School of Law

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Senator Kipchumba Murkomen addressing students at Moi University School of Law.

“We need a positive Society and, it starts with you, so if you must post something today on social media let it be positive” Ms. Harriette Chiggai, Vice President of the Law Society of Kenya and the Chief Guest during the Launch of ‘Straight Talk Series’ Programme held on Friday 28th September, 2018 at the Moi University, Annex Campus. Straight Talk Series is a mentorship programme aimed at guiding young Learned Comrades through the various aspects of life to enable them become all rounded in all that they do. It is important for the young generation to identify a mentor and establish a mentor-mentee relationship. The event was graced by Hon. Kipchumba Murkomen, Majority Leader of the Senate in the Republic of Kenya, Hon. Mutula Kilonzo Jnr. the Minority Whip, Advocate Ribin Ondwari, the youngest Advocate and award winner of the Young Lawyer of Year 2018, Ms. Jane Masai, who is the Up-Country Representative of the Law Society of Kenya, among other invited guests.

School of Law Mentorship 7Moi University is proud to have among many celebrated Alumni, Ms. Jane Masai and Advocate Ribbin Ondwari. The audience was encouraged to have a mentor, master the concepts in theory by working hard in their studies and engaging in research while still at their undergraduate. Hon. Kipchumba Murkomen (a former Lecturer of the School of Law) commended the University for the State of the Art Moot Court, and further urged the Students to recognize, accept, face and solve challenges that they may face from time to time. Hon. Mutula Kilonzo Jnr. in his address challenged the students to explore areas of Law that have evolved with globalization such as Mining Law, Oil and Gas Law, Tax Law, Nuclear Law and Artificial Intelligence Law, among others. He also encouraged the students to be part of the County governments’ legislation process and policy formulation and Risk and Compliance and other contributions to the Society.

The audience was reminded by the Guest Speakers that the Society expects them to live up their name ‘Learned” by being knowledgeable on all aspects and areas of Law. Additionally, the audience was advised to be cognizant of their postings on social media as most employers visit Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and other social media accounts to ascertain what their potential employee is posting. The concept of positivity, personal planning and good leadership was echoed by all the Speakers of the day.

During the plenary session, the audience raised their concerns on the monopolization by Kenya School of Law and urged the legislators to initiate and fast track the decentralization of pre-Bar and Bar Examinations. Hon. Kipchumba Murkomen promised to take up the issue urgently.

The University was represented at the event by Dr. John Chebii (Dean, School of Law), Dr. Rev. John S. Ayieko (Dean of Students), Dr. Peter K. Rutto, Registrar (Administration) and Dr. David K. Ruto, Registrar (Academic, Research & Extension), among other staff.

It is commendable how the Students’ Governing Council and the Organizing Committee organized and executed the event, which showcases their ability in future as Executives.

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