Corruption, nepotism and cronyism to blame for university problems

Universities should be compelled to institute robust management systems to curtail runaway wastage and graft.

In Summary

• Universities are supposed to be international institutions with global best practices.

•  However, the Kenya government allowed local political considerations to infiltrate this field.

Universities have been in the news recently for all the wrong reasons.

All does not seem to going well for the citadels of higher education. Universities the world over have been known to ...

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