Kenya Methodist University has advised its students not to fear and stay in school.
In a statement, the institution’s Vice Chancellor Prof. Maurice O. Okoth said that the institution’s management has taken elaborate measures to ensure that information is diseminated as clearly as possible to minimise disruption to teaching and learning.
“Following the directive from the Ministry of Education, I would like to inform you that the University Management has taken elaborate measures to ensure that information is diseminated as clearly as possible to minimise disruption to teaching and learning.” Prof. Okoth
Professor Okoth also assured students and staff that the University is focused on creating a condusive and healthy environment in which they will learn and work.
“The University’s efforts are focused on ensuring that students, staff and faculty have a safe and healthy environment in which to learn and work across all our campuses.”
The move by the University has been criticised by many terming it a step of ignorance. KeMU parents remain in a state of confusion as they are not sure wether to go pick their sons and daughters from school or leave them for the safe environment.