uonMany innocent Kenyans have been greatly affected by the hooligans at University of Nairobi. Regular riots along University or Waiyaki Way, and even Uhuru Highway have led to hundreds if not thousands of Kenyans going home without windscreens.
Over the weekend, rioting students destroyed concert equipment said to be worth about Sh100 million. If the equipment belonged to the University, it would be easy to recover the money by charging every student a few thousands in their fees.
However, this was a private company probably not comprehensively covered by insurance. That led to many people on social media calling upon employers to stop hiring UoN graduates.
It would be an extreme measure since majority of the students are innocent, but the alternative I would think is charging students for the constant damage of private property.
What do you think?