The director of criminal investigations has urged young people to uphold values of integrity and honesty in their day today lives adding that it was the only surest way to a successful and dignified life in the future.
Mr Kinoti said this yesterday, while addressing graduands during the 11th graduation ceremony of the Presbytarean University East Africa, where he was the chief guest. A total of 698 graduates were conferred with degrees in various disciplines during the elaborate ceremony held at the university’s main campus in Thogoto, Kiambu county.
386 students graduated with bachelors degrees, 229 with diplomas and 83 with certificates in disciplines ranging from business studies to health sciences, communication and theology among others. The university which was granted its charter a few months ago by President Uhuru Kenyatta, is founded on christian values and offers quality market driven academic programmes.
While congratulating the graduands on their academic exploits Mr. Kinoti advised them to focus on the skills they had acquired to offer solutions and become agents of change in the society.
On his part, the university’s Vice chancellor Professor John Mungania applauded the graduating class of 2020 for their resilience and hard work, in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.
He noted that the university was graduating the first cohort of 248 government-sponsored students, which was great milestone for the institution. Prof Mungania said that the programmes offered at the university were aligned with the country’s social economic needs.