KISII UNIVERSITY’S 2019 GRADUATION CEREMONY IS ON
THE PAINFUL TALE OF MISSING MARKS AT KISII UNIVERSITY
Kisii University has “won” against the “have-nots” who should have cooled their heels before rushing to a court in Kisumu to stop the forthcoming graduation ceremony.
It pains my heart to accept the harsh reality that the three students who had filed a petition to stop the forthcoming Kisii University Graduation Ceremony following missing marks will soon be at the mercy of the “dogs” who will not only devour them but also roast them alive.
The big question is, When should a university student receive his or her provisional marks?
2019 KISII UNIVERSITY GRADUATION NOTICE
To read Kisii University’s 2019 Graduation notice, click on this link http://www.kisiiuniversity.ac.ke/node/450
KISII UNIVERSITY 2019 GRADUATION LIST
To access Kisii University’s 2019 Graduation list, follow this linkhttp://www.kisiiuniversity.ac.ke/node/455
I happened to be a student at a Kenyan public university a few years ago and I can attest to the fact that the three university students must have been baptized through fire and brimstone for them to have decided on filing a petition against the university.
2019 KISII UNIVERSITY GRADUATION CEREMONY
The three students: Mildred Mbita, Lilian Juma and Rachel Nyabola failed to graduate last year due to missing marks.
They thus sought to be included in this year’s graduation list for the upcoming graduation ceremony which is set to take place on 20th December, 2019.
It is rather unfortunate to acknowledge that missing marks is a perennial challenge at Kisii University yet we have employees who wake up every morning, report to work but fail to build the nation in their small ways.
How can a student attend all lectures for four years only to be told that his or her marks are missing? This is so devastating and whoever said that we have left this country to the dogs was right.
In their petition, the students accused the university of deliberately withholding their marks hence denying them a chance of graduating.
One of the three, Lilian Juma, however, developed cold feet and withdrew her petition after she agreed to do a supplementary examination as per the university’s order.
The rest-Mbita and Nyabola, on the other hand, remained adamant saying that they had cleared with the university, hence it was up to them to do their part.
They further alleged that in 2018, the university academic registrar had refused to clear them claiming that they had incomplete course units yet they had sat for all the CATs and examinations.
The two were later shocked to discover that a follow-up with their lecturers led to the discovery that all their marks had been submitted. So who is playing dirty and for what purpose?