The University of Nairobi has suspended 139 more students for engaging in a strike, bringing to 201 the total number of learners sent home in the last two days.
On Tuesday, the institution suspended 62 students following chaos which rocked the university over claims of rigged students’ union elections.
Vice-Chancellor Prof Peter Mbithi, in a notice on the institution’s website, said those who have been suspended should collect their letters from the registrar’s office.
The students have since stated that they shall move to court to protest the suspensions.
According to the students, some of them received suspension letters despite the fact that they were not in school during the chaos.