Electoral College representatives formally sworn in

By CTW Team

On Monday, July 17, the Electoral College was formally sworn in, marking the induction of the elected candidates into their roles as representatives of the Electoral College.

The meeting was called to order by the Electoral Commission, with Cynthia Njeri, a member of the commission, warmly welcoming everyone in attendance. Njeri provided a brief overview of the program, ensuring that all participants were well-informed about the proceedings.

The highlight of the event was a speech delivered by Mrs. Ritah Asunda, Associate Deputy Vice Chancellor, Student Affairs, who began by expressing her gratitude to the Electoral Commission for their outstanding work in upholding the constitution throughout the election process. She then extended her heartfelt congratulations to the elected candidates, acknowledging their victory achieved through fair and transparent elections.

In her speech, Mrs. Asunda took the opportunity to offer valuable advice to the newly elected officials, emphasizing the importance of demonstrating integrity and encouraged them to become great leaders who lead by example.

The swearing in ceremony was conducted by the Director of Legal Services, Ms. Helen Ambasa, and witnessed by the Dean of Students Mr. Ronald Kimani, the Senior Clubs Coordinator Mr. Chris Ayuoyi, Staff Council representatives and the Electoral Commissioners, among others. After each candidate took the oath, they signed the official oath of office document, signifying their commitment to serve the university community.

The event ended with a vote of thanks from Amos Ongere, who expressed gratitude to all attendees for their presence and active participation in the event. He acknowledged the hard work of the Electoral Commission and the dedication of the candidates, highlighting the importance of their roles in fostering a democratic environment within the university.

Below is a list of the of the Electoral College representatives from each school.

  • School of Science and Technology (SST): Rolex Luke, Nayana Das, Abigail Ayimbisa.
  • School of Communication, Cinematic and Creative Arts (SCCCA): Tim Mwangi, Luyando Mkenda, Justin Mureti.
  • School of Graduate Studies, Research and Extension (SGSR&E): Irene Kalekye, Tobias Omondi, Vanessa Ngunjiri.
  • Chandaria School of Business (CSOB): Marie-Paule Wauter, Anastazia Jonas, Ayieko Titus.
  • School of Humanities and Social Sciences (SHSS): Olga Lusekwa, Muchesia Anyika, Safari Etienne.
  • School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences (SPHS): Evelyn Mmabila, Nicholas Sitso, Maoni Brian Mugambi.

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