Multi Media University (MMU) was on Wednesday evening closed indefinitely and students forced to vacate the premise with immediate effect.
The learning institution was latched following unending staff strike and students unrest has been witnessed since Monday this week.
A circular seen by Balindiway Media indicates that the university staff went on strike on Monday and are yet to return to work.
“On the morning of 15th September, 2021, students became unruly and attempted to interfere with motorists along the Magadi Road. Accordingly, the University Management and resolved to CLOSE the University indefinitely.
“By copy of this memo all affected students MUST clear from the University compound immediately but not later than 6:00 pm today 15th September, 2021,” the memo signed by MMU Vice Chancellor Prof. Festus Kaberia read.
Following issuance of the notice, police were deployed at the institution where they lobbed teargas canisters at the striking students, forcing them out of the university premises. More