Moi’s legacy in higher education: he opened up universities to excluded Kenyans
The contested legacy of the late Daniel arap Moi, Kenya’s former president, will preoccupy historians and other scholars for years to come.
Schools, colleges and universities across the world have been closed as a result of COVID-19. But students are expected to continue their studies.
Due to the uncertainties surrounding the health and financial implications of the pandemic, many colleges will not have filled their classes by the traditional May 1 deadline.