At the beginning of this week, Nairobi University was notorious for having increased its rates. As the first year reported on Monday, the accommodation fees were 7 times greater than the initial ones. This sparked controversy since many grumbled about difficult economic conditions.
On Wednesday morning, a worried mother cried and asked for help. Our writer found out that she had taken her child to the facility for admission.
We didn't immediately determine what made her cry for aid, but other reports indicate employees were uncooperative. The former President of SONU and the current Embakasi MP Babu Owino tweeted the woman's video with a title, "President Uhuru must intervene in this question of the university cost increase. Education at universities must never be preserved by the rich. Education must be free. Education must be free. Say no to Upuzi. "No to Upuzi."
Kenyans have come out to provide different reactions in significant numbers. There were reports that the University of Kiama told those who thought Kenyatta University was too pricey to try it.
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