VICE CHANCELLOR VISITS MSA CAMPUS
KU Vice Chancellor Prof. Paul K. Wainaina received a warm reception from staff during a brief visit to Mombasa Campus.
He was received by his host Dr. Daniel Mang'uriu, Director Mombasa campus backed by the Campus Program Coordinators & Section Heads.
During the visit he had the opportunity to inspect the scope & progress of the ongoing painting works at the campus premises in compliance with the County Government of Mombasa white & blue painting directive.
While in Mombasa, the Vice Chancellor is expected to address the Kenya Secondary School Heads Association (KESSHA) Conference at the Kenya Revenue Authority Training Institute tomorrow Thursday, 13th June 2019
Wednesday, 12th June 2019
Program Coordinators & Section Heads welcoming the VC at the campus reception lobby
VC signing the visitors book at Mombasa Campus
VC received by Campus Director on arrival
VC being briefed by on the painting works progress by the contractor
The Clerk of Works pointing out to the VC the finished painted surfaces of the hostel block
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