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This year's annual security training was held from 27th-29th December 2023, at the Chandaria auditorium. It was attended by both internal and outsourced security staff. Self-defense, fire safety and customer care were among the training topics.

UoN Celebrates its 70th Graduation Ceremony

The University of Nairobi on Friday, December 15, 2023 graduated over 5,700 graduands, amongst them 121 Engineering students from Kenya Polytechnic University College and 11 from Koitalel University College.

Due to heightened security coverage by both internal and external security agencies, the event was successfully concluded without any security hitches.

National Tree Planting Day

 Kenya celebrated a special public holiday on November 13, 2023, dedicated to a nationwide tree-planting initiative as part of the National Tree Planting Campaign under the Presidential Programme for the Accelerated Restoration of Forests and Rangelands, which aims to plant 15 billion trees by 2032.

Security officers were not left behind as they took part in the tree planting exercise from various campuses.


Friday, September 22, 2023

The 69th Graduation Ceremony; a physical Graduation Ceremony since the University went virtual after Covid-19 has seen 3,983 graduands conferred with Degrees and Diplomas on Friday, September 22, 2023 at the Chancellor’s Court.


On Wednesday May 3, 2023, the Dean of Students organised a training for the University of Nairobi Students Association (UNSA) 2023/2024 council and campus representatives at the KCB leadership centre Karen from 8am to 5pm. Director Security & Safety Services Dr Samson Murangiri was among the speakers.


Monica Malith, a 3rd year, Faculty of Law International student is the University of Nairobi Students’ Association President 2023-2024. The results were announced on Saturday, March 25, 2023 after a successful voting exercise by the students online through the e-ballot on Friday for the Faculty and Campus Students Association teams followed by 39 electoral voters from all the 13 electoral colleges voting in the Students’ Council.

Team Malith won with the highest number of votes 25, Team Gonda got 8 votes and Team Soi came third with 6 votes.