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Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology Alumni Association (MMUSTAA) has kicked off its constitutional review process. This was during a two-day workshop held in Busia County from Friday 9th to Saturday 10th April 2021, led by the Director of Career Services, Dr. Teresa Okoth.

MMUSTAA Constitutional review is aimed at strengthening the alumni network of the Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology, and make it even more accommodative. Constitutions matter, just like their review or maintenance, and this is the move towards the right direction.


While addressing the workshop, the Ag. Vice Chancellor Professor Solomon Shibairo echoed the move by the Director to have the existing constitution reviewed to be more accommodative and of the international standards. He further said that a stronger MMUST Alumni association will enable the association do great things in and outside the University. “A strong Alumni association will enable us do a lot of great things. We have so many great people in Kenya with affiliations to MMUST. Those are the Alumni, and our focus should be on them, to join this association and work towards building the university and help the needy students who may be struggling in the university”, Said Prof Shibairo.

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The workshop was also attended by the DVC Academic and Student Affairs Prof. Peter Odera and the registrar Academic Affairs, Prof. Thomas Sakwa, who stressed on the need to have an accommodating and world class constitution which they said will make the running of MMUSTAA much easier

By Shiundu Wilberforce (This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.)