Nine Students Face Law
The students were accused of causing chaos and destruction which is against the law.
The nine have been released on bond worth Ksh. 50 000 or Ksh. 10 000 by a sponsor and the case will be heard on 5th May 2015.
The students went on strike over under maintained Premier-Kaploting road that passes near the institution.
They protested over too much dust that comes from the traffic and muddy conditions during rainy seasons.
Among the properties destroyed were the library, dormitories, car windows and a guest house.
The institution has been therefore closed indefinitely pending a discussion by its senate on the matter.
By Musalia Wycliffe