Nairobi News

Must ReadWhat's Hot

David Kimaiyo, Nancy Baraza and Equity founder graduate at UoN

Former Inspector General of Police David Kimaiyo on Friday graduated with a PhD in Criminology at the University of Nairobi.

He was among the 4,379 students, 57 of them PhD who graduated from the institution.

Also conferred with a PhD during the varsity’s was former deputy chief justice Nancy Baraza.

Equity Bank founder and Chairman Peter Munga was awarded a honorary degree for his work at the bank and other companies he founded including the Pioneer Group of Schools.

UoN Vice Chancellor Prof Peter Mbithi congratulated all the graduands with a special mention to the three.

Kimaiyo resigned from the position of the Inspector General of Police on December 2 2014 after public outcry.

He was later appointed chairman of the Kenya Airports Authority before his appointment was revoked six months to the end of his term.

Baraza who was the country’s first Deputy Chief Justice under the new constitution was suspended after a drama involving a security guard at a mall.

She later on October 18 2012 resigned from her position as the Deputy Chief Justice and headed to the academia as a law lecturer.