By Isaac Akugizibwe
KIU, Main Campus - The President of the KIU Kenyan Students' Association, Justice Ochieng - a finalist student of Law - has asked fellow students to take precautions as they head into the end of year holiday.
In a virtual interview, Ochieng - who is also a minister and human rights activist for KIU Law Society and the Attorney General at Forum for Ideas 2021 - urged students to remain vigilant and careful with their lives during the festive season.
"My kenyan fraternity, the KIU family and law school at large, let's keep safe and take precautions for everything we are doing since we want a new year full of joy and a nice Merry Christmas. And to the administration keep on the faith," Ochieng said.
Ochieng admitted that he and his team have had different challenges in the course of 2021 including losing some of their colleagues. He is thankful to God for comforting them, and also thankful to the University for innovating the online lectures.
"We thank God for the gift of life that as a school we are still going on. Individually, I have seen a new digital learning introduced which we find easy and effective," he noted.
"My achievements this year also include seeing great success in the ministry where I was nominated the best serving minister in the university and which I don't take lightly. I thank God and my friends for making it come true," he added.
Ochieng assured his Kenyan colleagues and fellow students of law to remain hopeful that alot of good things have been planned for 2022.
"Merry Christmas and happy new year to the whole of KIU," he concluded.