Students at the Maasai Mara University have called on the Government to resolve the lectures strike that has consequently affected their studies.
Through their student leaders the students threatened to take to the streets to demand their right to education should the lecturers strike continues.
The University’s President Robert Too raised concerns that they have been put of the lecture halls for over a month an issue that has affected learning activities. He further stated that the national government is demoralizing the students, who have come from various counties to seek professionalism in universities. He noted that the comrade were getting impatient as they spend their time idling.
Firikin Jacobs, the Deputy President Maasai Mara University Students Association insisted that the one month strike will negatively affect all professions if it continues. He called on t6he government to dialogue and come to terms with the lecturers.
Fikirini gave an ultimatum to the government to resolve the matter by Friday adding that if the lectures strike continues then they will be forced to go to the streets to demand their rights.