By Hopkin Reporter
South eastern kenya university has hosted farewell celebrations of honoring the former vice chancellor Prof Geoffrey Mwanza Muluvi, Ph.D, MBS.
Prof Muluvi has been the pioneer vice chancellor of SEKU since 2014, given a charter by former president Mwai Kibaki in 2013. It was previously South Eastern university college.
He said that in the nearly 10 years he has been the vice chancellor, the university has attained enviable development and the student enrolment has hit the 10,040 mark.“Despite this fast growth in numbers, the university remains steadfast in its quest to provide quality education,” the VC said.
Prof Muluvi said he left SEKU a happy man because his students have never gone on strike during the nearly 10 years he has been at the helm.He said they had always embraced dialogue to resolve issues.
Kitui Governor Dr Julius Malombe (EGH) in his remarks praised the outgoing South Eastern Kenya University Vice chancellor Prof Geoffrey Muluvi as an outstanding career don who has left an indelible mark of achievement at the university.
Dr Malombe said Prof Muluvi leaves a legacy of leadership at the university which has grown to be a pride in the country in general.
The county boss reaffirmed his government’s commitment to maintaining fruitful collaborations that will see SEKU continue to retain her place as one of Kenya’s top universities of choice.