East African University Business Graduates: Where are our certificates?

CAPTION: The East African University School of Business Dean Richard Isaac Mwangangi

A section of students from the privately-owned East African University (EAU) in Kajiado County has pointed fingers at the Business Management faculty over the delays in their graduation and subsequent issuance of certificates.

Speaking to this website anonymously, one affected party revealed that the ongoing circus has left many Bachelors Business Management graduates in deep frustration since they cannot even go for job interviews without their papers.

In the rather puzzling incident, members of the batch that completed their course just before the pandemic hit in March 2020 are said to be yet to receive their transcripts.

The date of their official graduation has also been constantly postponed for over one year now.

All their efforts to push the management into addressing the unfortunate situation have also proven futile as the faculty’s dean Richard Isaac Mwangangi keeps sending their calls to voicemail.

Check out the victim’s full narration below.


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