KU, MoE release statements on students who died in crash yesterday

Prof Paul K. Wainaina, Kenyatta University VC.

Kenyatta University (KU) and the Ministry of Education (MoE) have both released statements on the death of a number of students in a road crash yesterday.

In the statement, KU Vice chancellor (VC) Prof Paul Wainaina condoled with the families of those who lost their loved ones, revealing that the university has dispatched their personnel, including medics, security personnel and welfare officers from both the staff and student sides, to gather all the information necessary.

In the statement from the MoE, the Cabinet secretary (CS) Ezekiel Machogu also expressed his grief at the loss of young people who were yet to reach their prime.

Education Cabinet Secretary (CS) Ezekiel Machogu.

However, the two statements could not reveal the official figures of fatalities and injuries, the CS instead pledging to find ways of preventing such tragedies in future.

In the mean time, the university has set up a help desk at Business Students Services Centre (BSSC) Room 151. Queries can also be directed through phone numbers 020 2310709 or 0723 352 483.


11 Kenyatta University students die in a road crash on Mombasa road

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