BY AlalK’Alal

THE 27TH SGC was officially dissolved on FRIDAY 8TH august 2014 in a kamukunji held at the student center. Constitutionally a student’s governing council should be dissolved officially two weeks before the official election days by the sittingMUSO chairperson.

In a kamukunji attended by hundreds of Students, the sec chairperson, Jeff Kenyatta assured the students a free, fair and transparent election under his keen and close watch. Further he pleaded with the aspirants to ensure a peaceful campaign towards throughout the electioneering period. He also informed the aspirants to pick their nomination forms immediately at the students office, collect signatures n and return the by Tuesday 12th, august 2014. In a memo that was later released Kenyatta stated that the spirants had to meet the constitutional minimum requirement which include at least a grade B in overall academic performance. According to the memo and in reference to the green book the term of a student leader is restricted to one term and no such student will be allowed to hold any position is still unclear whether the former secretary general Nathaniel Akadima will be allowed to contest again as rumors had had it.

Speaking out at the Kamukunji, the outgoing prime director George Bush assured the sec chair continuous support during the electioneering period. “We will work together with Kenyatta” bush was unfortunate however for Boit the former chairperson who was booedthroughout his speech. Reacting to his speech most students asked “who are you”
It was clear from the kamukunji that most students were happy with Eric Kinaga, the outgoing security and accommodation direction who they applauded for outstanding performance while appreciating Kinaga the students chanted” kinaga tena” speaking to the students Kinaga expressed his appreciation for continuous support from students and his fellow SGC members. Further he thanked the students for having elected him

Amongst the student leaders who were present in the Kamukunji include Consolata Waithera, Munga Chebwogen, Mohammed Doyo, Edwin Ayoo, George Bush and Kipsaro is still not clear why Nathaniel Akadima the former Secretary General failed to attend the function. While some students consider him a disappointed man, others view his absence as strategy to avoid humiliation from the students’ fraternity being that it is rumored that he is yet to vie yet to vie again. Other students leaders who were also absent include Peter Barasa. Ian Osundwa, Mandela Sum and Percie. According to most students the forthcoming election is a step towards the rebirth of MUSO.


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