Technical University of Mombasa modeling club officials led by 2018/2019 Mr. Tum William Yuke and Purity Nekesa have started to push for virtual cultural week activities.
According to the Chairman, the event is one of the most important things in the institution’s calendar which is purposely for uniting students.
He went ahead to say that if the institution could carry out online Elections and now online learning is going to be conducted, then also the cultural week event should be conducted online.
His counterpart Lenox Magero who was his first runners up in the previous event added that the club’s main agenda was to push for talent appreciation and offer platforms for their young stars to showcase their talents.
Lenox said that the institution has not acknowledged the cultural event that aims at co-curriculum activities and talent appreciation. In his chat with Jacklinus Msangia Otiato who is the current TUMSA chairperson, Lennox urged him to push the administration to allow the office of sports and entertainment led by Mondia to hold the virtual event of which Otiato agreed and promised to do his best.
Their push comes after the president’s order to ban all sporting activities in the country due to the third wave of coronavirus pandemic.