Kabarak University, known for its innovation and forward-thinking approach, earlier this morning hosted a student organization debate in its multi-purpose Mega Meeting Hall. The debate gave contestants the opportunity to express their manifesto and ask for support and votes leading up to the upcoming elections. The elections will take place on Tuesday, February 7th, 2023, and will be held online through the university's e-voting system.
The e-voting system, one of the great Kabarak University innovations, is a cutting-edge solution to the problem of voting. The system promises to provide a secure, efficient, and transparent voting process, ensuring that the student body’s voice is accurately reflected in the election results.
During the debate, the contestants presented their visions for the future of the student organization and discussed their plans for improving the student experience. They spoke about issues such as student representation, student welfare, and campus life, among others. The contestants had a lovely and engaging session.
The debate was well-attended, with students from all faculties and departments in attendance. The students appreciated the opportunity to learn more about the contestants and their plans for the future of the student organization. They expressed their excitement for the upcoming elections and the opportunity to use the innovative e-voting system.
Kabarak University is in the business of nurturing strong and problem-solving and result orientated leaders in the spirit of the founder of the great Kabarak University the second president of Kenya, the late Hon. Daniel Toroitich Arap Moi.
Kabarak University Students' Organization Debate was a successful event that allowed the contestants to showcase their manifesto and vision for the future of the student organization. The upcoming elections, set to take place on February 7th, 2023, promise to be transparent and secure, thanks to the university's e-voting system. The students are eager to exercise their right to vote and have a say in the future of their student organizations.