A section of university of Nairobi students who were expelled for taking part in recent riots at the institution have threatened to take their battle to court.
The students have questioned the criteria used to kick them out of the university and termed the decision to terminate their studies a dictatorial move that cannot go unchallenged in a court of law.
Raymond Kundi a student at the school of medicine who was expelled for being part of those who engineered the chaos that rocked the main campus after a disputed students election said the criteria used by the university disciplinary commitee to expel him is suspicious.
He claimed he was not in Nairobi during the chaos.
But as the affected students threaten to flex their muscles in court the university has warned them to comply with the outcome of the investigations or else face further sanctions.