Dr Mel Bunce Bunce, M.
The facts of this matter are that on 18th March, students went on the rampage disrupting teaching and learning programmes at Kenyatta University. An urgent Special Senate Meeting was convened and it resolved to close the University with immediate effect. Following the closure of the University a Special Senate Meeting was again convened on 20th March, to deliberate on the disturbances.
Consequently the Senate met and announced that the University would re-open from 27th to 29th March, The Senate also directed that the University examinations commence on 30th March, immediately after the re-opening. The examinations did not take place as a more destructive strike occurred on 29th March, leading to the second closure of the University on 30th March, The name of the Applicant appears at page 44 and the recommendation against her is: On 11th August, the 4th Respondent wrote to the Applicant as follows: In particular, you are reported to have incited the students to participate in the demonstration by informing them that you supported the demonstration and you were not willing to give the examination hence you provided moral support to the demonstrators which conduct contravenes article 9 iii c of your terms of service.
These are very serious allegations against you which, if proven, may result in an equally serious disciplinary action being taken against you. The University, therefore, wishes to establish the correctness or otherwise of these allegations.
Consequently, and in order to enable the University to do so, you are requested to respond to the above charges in writing, addressed to the undersigned within the next seven 7 days from the date of delivery of this letter.
The Applicant responded as follows: Korir has instructed us to reply to your letter dated 11th August, on the matter under reference. The matters raised in your said letter were substantially addressed in our letter dated 7th August copy attached in which Dr.
Korir asserts the allegations herein are unfair and malicious and maintains she had nothing to do with the strike and would have no reason to incite students to strike.
On behalf of Dr. Korir, we demand to be furnished with the following documents for appropriate reply: We await your favourable reply noting that Dr. Korir is incapacitated and unable to respond to your letter and to the allegations without the documents demanded herein.
It seems that earlier on, the Applicant having gotten wind of the Report of the Committee had on 7th August, written to the Senate as follows: The attention of our client has been drawn to a report appearing at page 12 of the Thursday, August 6, on the above matter suggesting that our client incited students to go on strike.
This serious allegation has come as a great surprise to Dr. Korir who maintains she had nothing to do with the strike and would have no reason to incite students to strike. Korir is concerned that this grave allegation is being made against her, without being accorded an opportunity of hearing.
In the period preceding the strike, Dr.
Korir was nursing her child who was sick and hospitalized. We also bring to your attention the fact that Dr. Korir has suffered institutional harassment and mistreatment by the University ever since the court case High Court Misc.
Some of the instances of such mistreatment include: Elena Korir; The University continues to refer to Dr. Korir falsely accusing her of insubordinating the Chairman, Biochemistry Department.
The letter which threatened disciplinary action against Dr. Korir had served the University for 17 years without a single promotion. Korir is concerned that she appears to be the subject of an arranged institutional harassment by the University.
A scheme appears to be developing in which everything bad is undeservedly thrown at Dr. Korir; this is the context in which Dr. Korir takes the accusations to the effect that she incited students to riot.How to Write about Africa by Binyavanga Wainaina, Director of The Chinua Achebe Center for African Writers and Artists at Bard College Lat long is a geographic tool which helps you to get latitude and longitude of a place or city and find gps coordinates on map, convert lat long, gps, dms and utm.
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