Hi Cyprian, I am a student from JKUAT now in fourth year. Please dont fail to hide my identity.
These people are beasts. The other day I talked about incompetent lecturers at J.K.U.A.T but I failed to mention one Mr Muthui who will be taking us through a critical unit called ONCOLOGY AND PALIATIVE MEDICINE. This unit deals with cancer issues. It is a critical unit in medicine that should be thought by someone who is an ONCOLOGIST.
The same guy will be teaching DERMATOLOGY which is another unit that should be thought by a dermatologist. I am wondering if the guy is both a dermatologist and oncologist but that will be a story for another day after I will submit petitions to all relevant authorities. Yes truth is that he is a public health officer who can only teach simple units like community health.
Sasa kesho wanafunzi wakianguka these units unashtuka wamerudishwa na huyu jamaa ataendelea tu kujivinjari na pesa yetu. Again this guy is the most corrupt lecturer in this school you will see him in the examination office when he is not supposed to be there. Whatever he is doing there only God knows. He is everywhere and you dont understand his official role. He is not in good terms with senior lecturers like Dr Kweri simply because he corrects reserch proposals that was corrected by the said Dr.
If anyone thinks the above information is wrong kindly look at this timetable na uniambie kama jamaa anaeza funza mambo ya cancer ama hawezi. If this kind of lecturers are teaching BSC Clinical Medicine in JKUAT then this course should be dismissed as a joke and parents should take their kids to KMTC.
Why should we waste 300K na mwishowe some unqualified individuals will ruin our life?
Another issue is that of a unit called Surgery where students were thought nothing for a whole semester na exam ya end of year hata haijafanywa then unakuta unaambiwa umeanguka surgery. This is really hurting but it will be a legal should Mr Muthui continues teaching us in fourth year those two major units. Department of Clinical Medicine should be closed since they also have a deficit of 15 lecturers. Even last semester we were taught pharmacology by one Mr TIBERRY NYAKWANA who lacks enough knowledge of drugs. The commission for University Education must close down this instituition.
Finally I wish to invite all like minded bodies such as KMPDB, COC, ODPP AND MINISTRY of Education to clear on this. Many will kep mum because they will be victimised but am encouraging all those who were affected to come foward so that we will sue this school for wasting our time. Clinical medicine is becoming a scam.