Guild presidents from Mount Kenya University Rwanda and UR Nyarugenge Campus have shed light on the school life and issues faced by students and ways they can be solved.
They shared these in the 'Campus Inter-School dialogue' on The Campus TV via its youtube channel.
In the recently introduced show, school leaders, student leaders, schools representative, and others are invited every Wednesday to share their views about life at both Campuses and academic institutions live on air.
Innocent Ntwali, the Guild president of the University of Rwanda Nyarugenge Campus pointed out how student’s life in their campus premises should be.
In the show, Ntwali mentioned that life at the University is at certain moments joyful due to the room for adventures, entertainment, and diversity of very many disciplines that one acquires from the Campus but cautioned students about the dangers of redundancy.
Innocent Ntwari, Guild president UR Nyarugenge Campus
Samuel Sengiyumva, the Guild president of Mount Kenya University, confirms that there are many adventures at the University that make student's life joyful.
He though added that there are serious issues that students should focus on more especially on the conditions of welfare and academic spheres.
He further advises other students representatives to be cautious about the student's matters.
"We as students leaders are elected by students and therefore we have to work on their challenges by being their voice to the school administration."
Samuel Sengiyumva, Guild president of MKUR
Sengiyumva also advised that students should become more focused and vigilant when they join the University.
“Firstly, joining University one needs to be mature and has time to think about their goals and ways to achieve them without any other person’s involvement like it was done by parents when in lower levels of education.”
In their ending remarks, both Guild presidents promised the students to do all their best to serve their expectations and create relations among universities for the benefit of all.