SGC Inauguration Ceremony: Passing on Leadership Baton

Members of the University Management led by the Vice Chancellor, Prof. Kamau Ngamau (centre seated) and the Dean of Students, Dr Lucinda Mugaa (seated 3rd left), with the newly sworn-in and the outgoing Student Governing Council after the inauguration ceremony held on April 11, 2024, at Nordic Hall, Main Campus, Karen-Nairobi.

By Meshack Ngangi

April 11, 2024, was marked by a spectacular event with the Student Governing Council’s inauguration that was nothing short of pomp, colour, and style that alluded to the theme of the day’s oathing ceremony for the new team assuming office.

This symbolic and democratic annual event depicted the central part of The Co-operative University of Kenya’s Student Union (CUKSU) constitution and the University’s deliberate initiative to uphold the rule of law stipulated in the regulations that govern every organ. 

The April 2024 exchange of leadership baton from Mr. Amos Kamotho and his exiting SGC to Mr. Newton Kipleting and the newly sworn-in team presented a new phase in the institution’s student governance history.

The Student Union President Emeritus Amos Kamotho described the exceptional function the University, through its management, has performed in shaping the academic experience at The Co-operative University of Kenya.

Also, in his farewell address as the retiring student president, he alluded to the dedication, unwavering support, and expertise the university staff have invested in nurturing students who have blended into a superior educational experience that meets and exceeds expectations.

The 2023/2024 Student Governing Council, through their Chairperson, enumerated strategic but rather countless efforts the office of the Dean of Students has made in making student life at CUK an admirable and fulfilling “voyage” in the ocean of academic immersion. 

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