MKUSA Elections held successfully
MKU Student election took place in early February at all Mount Kenya University Campuses headed by the electoral chair Christopher Munene.
After a rigorous process of vetting, the electoral commission (2020/2021) embarked on its’ mandate to ensure they deliver a free, fair and credible elections devoid of chaos and oversee a process aimed at producing competent MKUSA leaders.
The elections were held in respect to the calendar of events of the institution and in line with the MKUSA Constitution which guided the student fraternity on choosing their leaders. The commission was led by its’ Chair, Christopher a 3rd year pursuing Public Relations and Christian Union Chair whose philosophy is grounded on professionalism, ethics, human emphathy.
“I have always had one cardinal rule in my life. Whatsoever my hands find to do, I do it to the utmost best level and for the honor and glory of God. I achieve this by employing my natural gifts, professionalism, passion and above all emphathy to humanity” Chris says. ” Together with my team we plan to deliver the best service to our colleagues with maximum efficiency” he adds.
In a generation with fingerprints of corruption, moral decadence, unethical practices the new chair offers hope and direction , reaffirming the Obama philosophy of “Yes We Can”
“As this year’s chair , my focus is not etched in leaving a legacy, but an empowered ,dynamic and a more selfless workmanship that thrives not on personal ambition, exploitation and vexation but rather leave a generation that is open minded and that is a hope in such a dwindling moral decadence of this current society”
And yes! We can achieve free, fair and credible elections devoid of chaos and malpractices. The University through the Dean of Students will provide the necessary support needed to enable the team deliver on its’ mandate.
Here is the full list of the elected leaders Mount Kenya University Student Association 2020 elected leaders