President Uhuru Kenyatta has awarded a charter to the Aga Khan University as he inaugurated its ultra-modern campus in Parklands, Nairobi.
The University which has for some time now been operating with an interim letter of Authority will join 20 other private chartered universities in the country. Present during the ceremony was Education CS Prof. George Magoha.
“President Uhuru Kenyatta has awarded a Charter to The Aga Khan University-Kenya and inaugurated its ultra-modern campus in Parklands, Nairobi County.
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The Aga Khan University-Kenya, which has been operating on an Interim Letter of Authority since 2002, is now the 21st private chartered University in Kenya.” Said State House.
The university prides itself for producing over 4,000 professionals who have occupied a number of positions not only in Kenya but also in East Africa. Some of the professions include doctors, nurses and journalists.
“Over the years, Aga Khan University-Kenya has graduated nearly 4,000 professionals serving the country and East Africa as doctors, journalists, educators and nurses.” Said State House