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Egerton suspends head over graft allegations

The Egerton University Council says it has suspended its vice-chancellor Rose Mwonya while allegations of financial impropriety and mismanagement are investigated.

The council sent Mwonya on 90-day compulsory leave to clear the way for internal investigations of malpractice, media reports claim.

On 11 September the university council appointed Alexander Kahi, deputy vice-chancellor in charge of academic affairs, to take charge until further notice.

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