Egerton University Students faced a Major Blow After Learning was Suspended Indefinitely. Egerton University students who were hoping to graduate this year will have to wait for more long after the management suspended learning indefinitely.
Others who felt the impact are those who were expecting the school to reopen from next week, they will also have to wait longer to finish school which is very frustrating.
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The announcement was made by the Academic Affairs Registrar Prof Seth Owinon today.
Those affected include first, second and third-year study students who were expected to reopen between November 15 and 17this year.
Continuing or returning students who were in the session have also been affected which there’s are more wast than the others.
“Egerton University wishes to inform the following groups of students that phased reporting which was to take place from Sunday, November 15 to Tuesday, November 17 has been suspended until further notice,” the Professor said.
Faculty of law at Nakuru town campus have also been affected by the suspension.
The suspension of learning and reopening was done due to the ongoing lecturer’s strike which started on 4th November this year.
This means the students will spend more years in school since the strike is uncertain and its end is not known till date.
any information or update concerning the strike will be latter announced by the appropriate authority and be updated here.