Vice Chancellor Professor Stephen Kiama said three active members of staff and one retired staffer also lost their lives from the disease.
“It is a difficult period for our Country & UoN community. I convey my condolences to the affected families … I also wish a quick recovery to all those who have tested positive,” he said.
He also urged student and staff to observe social distance and follow the rules and regulations provided by the Ministry of Health
The good news is that the university is planning to hold it graduation ceremony this year virtually and that online education will continue from September for the continuing students and urged parents ,guardians and sponsors to support the students with smartphones, iPads, or computers to enable them participate in our online classes in the safety of their homes .
“Let me also reassure all the students and staff that we are going to hold the 63rd graduation ceremony virtually on 25th September 2020,” he said.
“We plan to graduate all qualified graduands for PhDs, Masters, Bachelors, Diplomas and fellowships.”