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September 19, 2017

SEKU, the Star among Kenya’s young Universities

South Eastern Kenya University VC Prof. Geoffrey Muluvi speaking when he addressed 1800 new students at the institution during their matriculation  in early April last year.

Photo by Musembi Nzengu
South Eastern Kenya University VC Prof. Geoffrey Muluvi speaking when he addressed 1800 new students at the institution during their matriculation in early April last year. Photo by Musembi Nzengu

The South Eastern Kenya University in Kitui has emerged top of all youngest Kenyan universities that received their charters after 2012 on Web of Universities ranking.

University of Nairobi, Moi University and Egerton took position one, two and three, respectively.


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