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19th KUSA Congress

The 19th KUSA Congress recently concluded a successful reflection retreat at the scenic North Coast Beach Hotel, Mombasa. This retreat served as a pivotal moment for student leaders to come together, reflect on their accomplishments, and chart the course for future endeavours.

Under the leadership of Prof. Waceke Wanjohi, the Ag. Vice-Chancellor of Kenyatta University, the retreat provided a platform to acknowledge and commend the exemplary efforts of student leaders. In particular, Prof. Wanjohi praised their dedication and resilience in handling challenges, notably citing their leadership during the Maungu incident. The student leaders are a testament to the importance of effective student leadership, showcasing the KUSA congress's ability to navigate complex situations with integrity and professionalism. The Ag. Vice-Chancellor, recognition of their hard work serves as a reaffirmation of the pivotal role that student leaders play in shaping the university community.

The retreat also served as a forum for reflection on the broader mission and vision of Kenyatta University. As stewards of the university's values, student leaders reaffirmed their commitment to upholding excellence, inclusivity, and service to the community.

The success of the 19th KUSA Congress's reflection retreat underscores the importance of fostering a culture of collaboration and accountability within the university community. Through dialogue, introspection, and collective action, student leaders are poised to continue making meaningful contributions to the KU community and beyond.

As the congress moves forward, guided by the lessons learned during the retreat, it remains steadfast in its commitment to advancing the interests of Kenyatta University students and upholding the principles of effective leadership. The future looks bright as these dedicated student leaders continue to inspire positive change and make a lasting impact on the KU community.

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