Nasha spoils the party at Limko Graduation

Nasha at the Limkokwing graduation. PIC; MORERI SEJAKGOMO
Nasha at the Limkokwing graduation. PIC; MORERI SEJAKGOMO

Her book is currently trending thanks to its no holds barred fearless tackling of issues. On Thursday the author of the book Madam Speaker Sir, Margaret Nasha, stirred another hornets nest when she told Limkwokwing University of Creative Technology (LUCT) not to discipline students for demonstrations.

The university, which was celebrating the graduation of 1,990 students has also become famous for its intolerance of student demonstrations, resulting in suspensions and firing. But the fearless  Speaker of  the National Assembly, who was guest speaker at the event supported student demonstrations saying that a learners’ life is not complete without mass protests. She said at the sixth  graduation ceremony of Limkokwing University that demonstrations are an integral part of a student’s life.

“Your student life is not complete unless you have partaken in demonstrations, although they are usually for a good cause. The most important thing is that you have made it.

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