Varsity Hosts a stakeholder’s forum with National Treasury, Ministry of Education

Officials from the National treasury and MoE pose for a photograph with Chuka University staff

The government through the Ministry of Education and National Treasury has continued to enhance and invest in infrastructural developments in public universities across the country. Officials from the National Treasury and the Ministry of education jointly undertook successful monitoring and evaluation of government-funded projects on 15th June 2022. The purpose of the appraisal was to verify the progress of ongoing projects and propose budgetary estimates for the next financial year. The teams were led by Mr. Samuel Nthenge from the Ministry of Education.  Chuka University received accolades during the review exercise. The officials commended the University management team for adhering to and implementing all operations according to the set regulations and timelines that govern the development of infrastructure in Universities.

The officials emphasized that the government has lined up major projects in universities to boost student enrollment, teaching, and research in higher education. This is informed by the increasing demand for university education hence underscoring the need to have the projects set up and rolling to ease congestion and accommodate the number of learners joining higher education. University officials present during the stakeholder engagement were: the DVC-AFP&D, Prof. Henry Mutembei, Dr. Peter Mabubi, registrar (A&P), Dr. Samuel Chege, registrar (AA), John Kirimi, (Finance Officer), Ms. Florence Muthua, Director Performance Contracting, Dr. Immaculate Mutali, Chief PRO, Ms. Stella Kaburia, Senior Legal Officer and Mr. Moses Kirimi, the University Architect.