University of Nairobi marks International Day against Drug Abuse and Illicit Trafficking (IDADA).

Speaking during the online event, Dr. Rattansi observed that Drug abuse and illicit trafficking continue to have a profoundly negative impact on development and stability across the world. “This problem is common among the youth, especially teenagers and young adults. These means alcohol and drug abuse (ADA) mainly affects economically productive people.

College of Humanities and Social Sciences dominate University of Nairobi Annual Sports Day.

The College of Humanities and Social Sciences, the biggest college in the University of Nairobi out-maneuvered and out-powered other Colleges in sporting activities like athletics, tennis, hockey and volleyball. The team showed utter brilliance, teamwork, focus, dedication, collaboration, sheer hard-work, being among the right ingredients for wining in sports activities.