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CHINESE SOFT POWER : University of Nairobi inks deal for Sh2 billion Chinese centre

The University of Nairobi is set to construct a KSh 2 billion ( US $ 20 million ) building to host classes for Chinese language and culture.The complex – which will house lecture halls, offices and a students’ dormitory – will be financed by China through its Confucius Institute, an education agency that promotes Chinese language and culture in overseas countries. 46 more words

Culture

My Lapid Story: A fire reignited

Written by Caroline Kamau, a law graduate of University of Nairobi

My Lapid Experience

From February till the end of May, my Saturday’s have been marked by the Lapid classes. 411 more words

Transformational Experiences

Accomplished Yet Humble

Martin Luke Christopher Oduor – Otieno is a man whose history can be described as winding yet interesting, having journeyed through the various scenes of life. 284 more words

SONU ALUMNI FORUM PRESS STATEMENT

PRESS STATEMENT BY THE SONU ALUMNI FORUM ON THE UNIVERSITY OF NAIROBI CRISIS

15TH MAY 2016

  1. We are the SONU alumni forum. This forum has over 75 members cutting across many generations of UoN alumni.
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Concert/Launch: Ni Show Power, May 15 2016 @ Chancellors Court - University of Nairobi


Date: May 15, 2016
Venue: Chancellors Court, Graduation Square, University of Nairobi
Time: 12-8 pm
Entry: Free*

Performances by: Juliani, Khaligraph Jones, Octopizzo, Sarabi and Sauti Sol… 16 more words

Concerts

The Guy Who Almost Travels

9 years ago I was sitting in a Calculus class at the back of MH1 in Chiromo Campus on a cold Monday morning. I had enrolled for an Actuarial science degree for a very simple reason – medicine was too mainstream, computer science changes daily but most important, Actuarial was the highest rated course with a 47.7 mark out of 48 meaning you had just to have all the straight As to get in which was not bad for my young ego. 2,685 more words

Actuarial

No Misfortune Can Stop This Man

Timothy Wanyonyi’s route to the top was by a
long and winding path. He repeated classes
several times not because he had performed
poorly but because he wanted to pave the way for… 8 more words

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