The Technical University of Mombasa has dismissed claims that they are broke.
This claims that came up after the university failed to pay its former Vice Chancellor, Josephat Mwatelah, a sum 28M was denied by the University Public relations officer, Philip Mbaji who said that the delays in pay were caused by different complicated situation.
In an interview with The star, Mbaji said that; “Part-time lecturers whose payment delayed had not submitted claims and crucial documents including class attendance sheets. The delay had ripple effects as far as full-time tutors’ pay was concerned. But everybody has been paid now. We are a big institution that hardly faces cash crunches.” Mbaji added Mwatelah will be paid.