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The Kenyan government lost more than Sh126 billion in revenue in one year from Mombasa County since the introduction of freight trains.
This is according to a new study released by the University of Nairobi’s school of business.Read more
The University of Nairobi, School of Business in collaboration with ARUA Center of
Excellence for Unemployment and Skills Development (University of Lagos), John
Pappajohn Entrepreneurship Center (University of Iowa, USA) is organizing a 12 day
This is to inform you that following approval by Senate, the School of Business will have face to face/in person learning at the School of Business – Lower Kabete Campus for a period of four (4) weeks effective Monday, 1st February to 26th February 2021.
This is to inform you that the School Board during its meeting held on Friday, 8th January 2021 considered pleas by Module II students for extension of course registration deadline to enable those who may not have registered for genuine reasons within the set deadline to do so.