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Moi University Closed Indefinitely [Statement]

Moi University main campus has been closed indefinitely after lecturers and workers went of strike over salary delays

Learning was halted at Moi Univesity Eldoret after lecturers portested delays of their salaries
Learning was halted at Moi Univesity Eldoret after lecturers portested delays of their salaries

KDRTV NEWS: Moi university main campus has been closed indefinitely after lecturers and workers went on strike at the higher learning institution

According to a notice issued on Wednesday, all learners were advised to vacate the University premises by noon on Thursday after the Senate resolved to suspend learning and learning activities.

The lecturers and workers went on strike following delayed salaries.

According to our previous reports, the farmworkers at the university had not paid for 13 months.

On the other side, the lecturers had not received their three-month salaries.

The employees, through their various umbrellas such as Universities Academic Staff Union (Uasu), Kenya University Staff Union (Kusu), and Kenya Union of Domestic, Hotels, Education Institutions, Hospitals and Allied Workers (KUDHEIHA), vowed to continue striking until their grievances are fulfilled.

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