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Tarmacking of Daystar Road Promised during Graduation

Story Highlights

  • Daystar University is focused on tackling specific development challenges in order to provide quality services.
  • The university has already embarked on providing water services by building a dam with 160,000 cm3 capacity in its Athi River Campus
  • Promise of the tarmacking of the road leading into the Daystar Athi River Campus by next year’s graduation.

By Soila Kenya ([email protected])

Daystar’s 39th Graduation marked a spark of hope among the hopes of attendance with the promise of the tarmacking of the road leading into the Daystar Athi River Campus by next year’s graduation.

“Daystar University is focused on tackling specific development challenges in order to provide quality services. The Commission for University Education vetted the University this February and can attest to this,” said Prof. George Krodha, Daystar Council Chair.

Several other major developments are planned to take place in the university within the next year.

The university has already embarked on providing water services by building a dam with 160,000 cm3 capacity in its Athi River Campus within the next 12 months at a cost of Ksh. 150 million, Ksh. 75 million of which has been provided by Daystar US Board.

Prof. Krodha also emphasized that the university is focused on 3 aspects critical in moving the university forward. These include sports equipment like an improved gymnasium and swimming pool.

The university also promised to up the school equipment for the different courses offered. Lastly, he vowed an investment in faculty advancement, backed up with the VC’s commitment to beefing up research in the university.

The graduation was graced by Hon. Joseph Mucheru, Cabinet Secretary Ministry of Information, Communications and Technology who advised the graduates that the graduation was just the beginning and that there are endless opportunities for them out there. He ended by saying, “Be the Daystar that shines bright in our hearts.”

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