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TUM University Students Protesting The Increase Of Fees.

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The Technical University Of Mombasa (TUM) has protested the increment of Tuition fee early today.

Through the videos shared online by the students, the University Comrades were seen running away from the already collapsing buildings that have been set ablaze.

A picture of burnt property and buildings

The reason as to this strike by comrades revolves around the fee increment and that their Managing team is not being just and fair to them considering the high cost of living.

“We were demonstrating against the extra fees being charged. We found that some of us had been charged Sh6,000 extra, others Sh3,000 and other Sh6,500.” one of the students remarked.

The Comrades who marched out today earlier running all over the place trying to save their lives have still to answer to the authorities and the team that runs the institution.

Technical University of Mombasa is a public university located in the coastal city of Mombasa. It is also amongst the oldest institution of higher learning in Kenya

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