Nairobi aviation college fake certificates, degrees eviction

Hundreds of Nairobi Aviation College students were
evicted from class after the college proprietor’s failure
to pay rent to ICDC which owns Uchumi House on Aga
Khan Walk Street where
their classes are held. ICDC is said to have moved to
court where it
obtained orders to evict the college management which
had been occupying five
floors of Uchumi House.
The college has been occupying the premises for 10
years and the proprietor is said to have started
defaulting on rent three years
ago prompting the court action. Students who arrived in
the morning for class and some
exams were taken aback as computers and chairs were
being removed
under the tight watch of police officers. “I have come to
class this morning and when I went up to the classes
they are all empty, no one is here
to explain,” a student who only indentified himself as
David said. The college administrators quickly made
arrangements for the
students sitting for exams to be moved to Odeon
Cinema building.
The policemen supervising the eviction said they were
instructed to ensure that the order is complied with and
the tenant is moved
without any resistance. Some of the workers were
only left staring as ICDC hired workers carted away
computers, chairs, books, sofas, desks and even
trophies. Yesterday a worker who sought anonymity
said the proprietor
was negotiating with the owners of Kahawa House
along Haile Selasie way to shift classes
and his offices there.

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