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Kenyatta University Deputy Vice Chancellor (Finance and Development) Prof. Godfrey Mse receives a dummy cheaque for Ksh150,000 from Wairimu Chege,  Brand Manager,  Fresha Dairy Brands owned by Githunguri Farmers Co-operative Society . Also in the picture is KU Registrar of Corporate Affairs Prof. Grace Bunyi (extreme right) and Gladys Njeri, Marketing Executive at Fresha Dairy Brands. The cheaque is in support of Kenyatta University hosting the upcoming All Africa University games that commence from June 6th-10th. Close to 2,000 student athletes from all over the African continent will converge at KU to compete in 17 disciplines including athletics and football. 

 

 

The First Lady of the Republic of Kenya HE. Margaret Kenyatta tries her hand at woodball which is one of the five demonstration sports being exhibited during the 10th All Africa University games that kicked off on Monday. Close to 1,500 athletes and officials are participating in the biennial continental games being held at Kenyatta University. The games end on Friday 10th june 2022.

The Founder/Chief Executive Officer of Homeboyz Entertainment Myke Rabar hands over a dummy cheque to Kenyatta University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Paul Wainaina for Ksh10M. The sponsorship is in support of the upcoming All African Universities Games to be held at the Kenyatta University from June 6-10th. Also in attendance was (from left to right) Deputy Vice-Chancellor  (Research, Innovation and Outreach) Prof.Vincent OnyweraMr. Gift Kori, Homeboyz Business Development Manager, and (extreme right) Kenyatta University Deputy Vice-Chancellor Finance and Development Prof. Godfrey Mse.

 

 

The Managing Director AAR Healthcare Mr. Charles Kariuki hands over a dummy cheque to Kenyatta University Vice Chancellor Prof.Paul Wainaina for 500,000/= in support of the All Africa University games that commenced on Monday June 6th  at the Kenyatta University grounds. AAR sponsorship includes provision of Medical Emergencies and a stand by ambulance for athletes attending the games.

The Cabinet Secretary, Sports Heritage and Culture Amb. (Dr.) Amina Mohamed unveils the plaque officially Commissioning the new 6-lane synthetic track at Kenyatta University. She was accompanied by The President of Athletics Kenya Lt. Gen. (Rtd.) Jackson Tuwei (right) and Kenyatta University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Paul Wainaina (left). The track will be used during the upcoming FASU Africa University games that begin on June 4th. The games will be officially opened by the First Lady of the Republic of Kenya Mrs. Margaret Kenyatta.

 

The First Lady of the Republic of Kenya Her Excellency Margaret Kenyatta is welcomed to Kenyatta University by Chief Administrative Secretary Ministry of Health Dr. Mercy Mwangangi (second right) and Kenyatta University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Paul Wainaina. The first Lady was in Kenyatta University to launched an international conference on Health Promotion.The two day conference dubbed "Promoting Health during and beyond Covid-19' is organized by Ministry of Health and Kenyatta University and seeks to empower communities and individuals in adopting effective responses and managing the psychosocial impacts and myths of the pandemic.

          
Cabinet Secretary for Education Prof. George A.O. Magoha signs the Kenyatta University visitors  book in the presence of Kenyatta University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Paul K. Wainaina and Prof. Fatuma Chege (DVC-Adminstration) and chairperson of the national CBC implementation task force during the Pre- Conference for Competence Based Curriculum at Kenyatta University Conference Centre.    Dr. Rashid A. Aman, the Chief Administrative Secretary in the Ministry of Health and Kenyatta University acting Vice Chancellor Prof. John Okumu during the officially launch of the Kenya Association of Food Safety and Protection (KAFSAP). The association launch coincided with the opening of the International Food Safety conference at Kenyatta University which is being attended by delegates from Europe and Africa.
 
Ms. Totsie Memela Chief of Strategy and Engagement Officer  and  Ms. Veraidzo Mhangami, Managing Director for East and West Africa,Higher Ed Partners of South Africa Signing the visitors book at the Kenyatta University Vice Chancellor Office. Their visit centered on online engagment and how KU can ehance its digital education programmes.   The Chinese Ambassador to Kenya Mr. Wung Peng receiving a gift from Kenyatta University Acting Vice-Chancellor Prof. John Okumu. Mr. Peng visited the Kenyatta University Hospital and the new International Language and Culture Center building that was put up through a grant from the Chinese Government. Mr. Peng's visit was aimed at reviewing the good relations between KU and the Peoples Republic of China.
   
The Korean Ambassador to Kenya, H.E Amb. Choi Yeonghan paid a courtesy call on Kenyatta University Vice Chancellor Prof. Paul Wainaina. KU has MOU's with eight Korean Universities and a cordial relationships with several Korean Universities. Amb. Yeongham handed Prof. Wainaina a gift box.    Kenyatta University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Paul Wainaina addresses the media following a visit by Nairobi Governor Dr. Evans Kidero to inspect ongoing renovation work at Nyayo zones in readiness for the 2017 IAAF Under-18 Atheltic Championships
   
Israel Ambassador to Kenya Mr. Yahel Vilan addresses students at Kenyatta University during the UN International Holocaust Remembrance Day to remember over 6M Jews who were slaughtered during the second world and global victims of genocide around the world   The First lady of the republic of Kenya Mrs. Margaret Kenyatta paid a private visit to Kenyatta University to inspect progress of the IAAF games village at Nyayo hostels. She was accompanied by the Vice Chancellor Prof. Paul Wainaina on the inspection and later a tour of the University facilities including the gymn, KUCC and the Campanile.
     
Vice-Chancellor Prof. Paul Wainaina recieves a book gift from H.E Mrs Suchitra Durai, High Commissioner of India to Kenya during a courtesy call    Hon. Francis Ole Kaparo, Chairman NCIC address the audience during the culture week Opening Ceremony.
   

Environment and Natural Resources CS Prof. Judi Wakhungu  and Kenyatta University Vice Chancellor Prof. Paul K. Wainaina are showed environmentally friendly briquettes manufactured locally

 

Vice-Chancellor Prof.Paul Wainaina and Mr. Andrew Waititu, General Manager, East Africa exchange a copy of a signed MOU between the two institutions

   

Kenyatta University Vice Chancellor Prof. Paul K. Wainaina presents a gift to Mr. Ngene Gituku, Chairman, Communications Authority of Kenya (CA) who was the chief guest during the launch of the revamped KU website and new mobile application

 

Kenyatta University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Paul K. Wainaina presents a gift to Sports Kenya Director Mr. Gordon Oluoch (left) during the opening of the Second International Conference on Physical Activity and Sports for Health and Development in Africa (PASHDA)

     

Andrea Emiliani the Manager and Head of IBM university relations in the middle East and Africa paid on a courtesy call on the Kenyatta University Vice Chancellor Prof. Paul K. Wainaina.

 

Kenyatta University Vice Chancellor Prof. Paul K. Wainaina presents a gift pack to Dr. Ralf Heckner, the Swiss Ambassador to Kenya following a courtesy call at the University.

     

The Principal Secretary (Higher Education, Science and Technology) Prof. Collete Akinyi Suda (center) poses with  Kenyatta University Vice Chancellor Prof. Paul K. Wainaina and other University management members after an extensive tour KU Referral Hospital,a vision 2030 project

  Kenyatta University Vice Chancellor Prof. Paul Wainaina present a gift pack to Mr. Suh Chae- Hong, the President of Chosun University, Republic of South Korea following a courtesy call.

 

10th All Africa University Games set for June 2022

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