- He oversaw the construction of a seventeenth-floor building, the UoN towers.
- Students and staff lined up to pay their last respect to their once vice chancellor.
Dressed in red and blue gowns with black and purple hats, PhD fellows crossed Uhuru Highway as Magoha's hearse entered UoN through St. Paul’s chapel to the graduation square.
Magoha served as UoN vice chancellor before joining Knec.
He oversaw the construction of a seventeenth-floor building, the UoN towers.
Students and staff lined up to pay their last respect to their once vice chancellor.
Higher Education PS Beatrice Inyangala and Early learning and basic education PS Belio Kipsang were also present.
The professors gave Magoha a guard of honour as they surrounded the hearse and walked alongside the car.
Earlier, his body was taken to State House girls.
The students here had fond memories of Magoha who would always visit the school during national exams.
As the 1 pm scorching sun hit, the girls were in two lines waving at the hearse.
“He used to fight for poor students but it’s not happening now. We would never be sent home for school fees when he was the CS,” a student said.
State House Girls is among the institutions which had a special place in Magoha’s heart.
But why? Here, he fought for the less fortunate.
"He always checked on us and how we were fairing," a student said.