Subversive, self-seekers are the ones ruining Kyambogo University
Posted Tuesday, November 5 2013 at 02:00
The unending turn of events at Kyambogo University makes it obvious to identify its agitators. It is only at KYU where one vice chancellor, after the other has been dismissed at the demand of the workers.
Something has to be terribly wrong somewhere! Seems like mafia cliques are reigning unchecked disguised in the name of trade unions, and they have successfully lured their naive colleagues to fight along.
Additionally, unsuspecting sympathisers have often presumed the accusers to be righteous. It is high time the motives of the instigators of unrest at Kyambogo University are roundly dealt with to enable this university run smoothly.
It is incomprehensible that the parliamentary committee, Cabinet and the Court can all be wrong in exonerating Prof Isaiah Omolo Ndiege! In a well-functioning university, a lecturer and indeed most support staff have very little business with the VC. The fact that even cooks and cleaners can revolt against the VC reveals that perhaps someone is riding on their backs.
It is needless to emphasise that responsible authorities, more so the minister of Education, owe students, parents, and the general public a lasting solution to these never ending thoughtless fights at Kyambogo.
Kyambogo University will not prosper if subversive, self-seekers are left to thrive.