The Kenya University Students Organization (KUSO) held polls on 26th April 2015 and elected officials to steer the organization for the next one year. The election that was held at Young Men Christian Association (YMCA) Nairobi saw student from various universities across Kenya get positions.
The controversial Student Organization of Nairobi University (SONU) chairman Babu Owino was elected chairman while Charlow Juma from Maseno university was elected the secretary general. Kimani Charles from MKU and Grace Muchiri from Moi University were elected first and second vice chairman respectively while Bramwel Rotich from Machakos university was elected the deputy secretary general. Eve Maina from JKUAT was elected treasurer with Daniel Kyengo from Moi as her deputy.
Others who were elected were Walter Samuel from SEKU as organizing secretary, Chichi Achieng from GRETSA as first deputy organizing secretary, David Mapili from MKU as second deputy organizing secretary, Abby Gacheru from UON and Anne Mercy from KU as first and second medial relations respectively, Janganya Erick as political director, Ndemange Erick from Machakos university as legal affairs secretary, Dan Mwangi from Maseno as entertainment and events secretary, Rose Gakuo from Laikipia university as communications director, Rodgers Onyango from KU as cultural relations secretary and Winny Kivingo from MKU as social media relations secretary.
Mohammed Ali from MMUST was elected as devolution secretary, Vincent Oketch Opar from KU as security secretary, Glorious from KU and Loise Makena from Egerton as first and second gender affairs secretary respectively, Chrispoh Nyagaya from UON as PA to KUSO chairman, Shem Ogumbe MMUST as disaster management secretary, Boniface Namani from TUK as international relations secretary and Angelina from Egerton as special programs secretary. Also elected were Steve Mbogo and Ndege Sirkal as patron and deputy patron respectively.
KUSO chairman Babu Owino congratulated all those who were elected and asked them to ensure that the plight of university students in Kenya are advanced and protected.