More than 28 Kisumu Polytechnic students are still detained and only five of them were released this week over the Thursday strike that culminated to destruction of property within Kisumu leaving many students severe injuries.
The students body led by their Chairman Mr. Bollo met their Member of County Assembly for Kisumu Central Honorable Edwin Anayo today to discuss the conditions of the students arrested and the way forward.
Hon. Anayo said, that the complains are with the Police Department and they will find a way of negotiating to find out how they can be released to continue with their studies at the collage and urged them to go back home.
for now we want you to go back home as we look for the way forward on how the remaining students can be released without any condition, and the administration must also give a listening ear since they cannot teach empty classrooms but rely solely to your presence in that collage.
He further urged the student and administration to have a dialogue within six days and if does not materialize they will issue a six days demonstration warrant so as to ensure the students are released
The school board also met the Principal, Madame Joyce Nyanjom and other heads of departments to deliberate on the conduct of the students and the way forward given the school was closed till future notice.
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