Nairobi varsity begins expansion process

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University of Nairobi students writing an exam at Taifa Hall.

What you need to know:

  • The building that cost the university Sh2.5billion will have learning facilities to accommodate 3000 students.
  • It will also house the Vice-chancellor’s, the Deputy Vice-Chancellors’ offices plus several lecture rooms accommodating hundreds of students.
  • Vice-Chancellor George Magoha said the building should be completed in 120 weeks and will be named Chandaria University of Nairobi Towers.

The University of Nairobi has begun construction of a 22-storey building to accommodate the increasing number of students and expand its learning facilities.

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