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Vice-Chancellor together with University Management tours Kisumu Campus.

The University of Nairobi Vice-Chancellor Pro. Peter M. F. Mbithi was in the lakeside city of Kisumu

to  access the progress of the ongoing construction work of Kisumu Towers and to receive the

Memorandum from the College Academic Board on Saturday 24, 2015.


The construction of Kisumu Campus Towers begun in February, 2012 and was to be completed in

October, 2014. Unfortunately, the work is only 66% completed. The University Management Board

expressed displeasure at the slow pace at which the construction work is moving.

Upon completion, Kisumu Towers will  be one of the highest buildings in Kisumu City with a sitting

capacity for 6,000 students, 80 lecture offices, lecture theatres, library, seminar rooms, computer