Attack fears, university transfers

January 30, 2008 at 7:44 pm 1 comment

I just returned from Daystar University.

Students from the Kikuyu area of Nairobi are talking about possible raids planned against non-Kikuyu residents of the area.

A buddy texted to say there was an IDP camp in which there was no police presence as late as 4:26 pm today.

The buddy said residents were asking for urgent transportation to move to safer sides of the city, which would appear to be narrowing as an option, if threats reported in other areas (not necessarily from the Kikuyu community) are true.

I alerted some folks in and out of authority, I hope something can be done, – I got home just in time to hear some reports had been filed on national television to the effect of the alerts.

I welcome more security alerts, for as long as what you tell me can be backed up by actualities on the ground.

At Daystar itself, more students are coming in from other institutions, seeking credit transfers and admission for the new semester.

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    We should stop tribalism. Why do educated minds behave in such a mediocre way?

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