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“2016 ni Mwaka wa charter”. – insists PROF. HAMADI IDI BOGA

Prof. Hamadi Boga addressing varsity staff during the party

The Charter issue has been on the radar for both staff and students on and off. It’s always been unclear whether it will be awarded sooner or later.
On Monday 11th, however, the varsity Principal Prof. Hamadi Boga while making a speech at the staff party stated out clearly that this should indeed be the year for the university to become a fully fledged university.

The professor expressed a genuine desire for the above by saying 8years of being a campus and constituent college was such a  long time and that the institution deserves elevation.

He categorically added that in one of this fine days (…or Months) The president himself may step into the grounds of TAITA TAVETA UNIVERSITY COLLEGE to preside over the same.

Below are some of the members of staff following the proceedings


Time will tell.


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