Kenya Law donates 300 copies of the pocket size Constitution of Kenya to Tangaza University College
November 06, 2018
By John Ribia
National Council for Law Reporting (Kenya Law) CEO Mr. Long’et Terer donated a total of 300 pocket sized Constitutions to the Vice Chancellor of the Catholic University of Eastern Africa, Rev. Prof. Stephen Mbugua; to the Principal of Tangaza University College,Br. Tom Kearney C.F.C; to the Dean of the Faculty of Law of CUEA, Dr. Maurice Ajwang Owuor; to the Principal Marist International University College, Dr. Joseph Udeajah; to the Registrar of Tangaza University College, Ngure Githinji and to student representatives of Tangaza University College for use by the students and faculty of the respective institutions.
The event which took place at the Tangaza University College on October 30, 2018, saw faculty of Tangaza University College and representatives from the Catholic University of Eastern Africa and the Marist International University College receive copies for their various institutions.
Mr. Terer appreciated the role the educators play in the society. He also delivered a talk on the salient features of the Constitutions that are applicable to university students and administrators. He encouraged the institutions to make use of the resources availed by Kenya Law in their future undertakings.