Egerton University Law students will sensitize Nakuru residents on legal issues through Egerton Radio (101.7 FM).

The students will be appearing on a weekly basis on the University radio starting Friday 13th May 2022 for a two-hour programme which is sponsored by the Faculty of Law Legal Aid Project (FOLLAP).

From right: Egerton law students Francis Mulongo and Ann Gethi at the Egerton Radio studio for a programme on electoral laws. With them are the programme hosts, Bethel Vugutsa and Elvin Oduge.

They will discuss the following topics: Electoral Laws; Human Rights violations in the election cycle; Gender Based Violence (GBV) and the law; Land laws and procedures in Kenya; The succession process in Kenya; Labour and Employment Relations; Criminal Law.

FOLLAP’s students’ coordinator Kevin Muiruri says the programmes will be used to capacity build students on various legal issues.

“They are aimed at giving law students a platform to pragmatically apply what they learn in class,” he says.

The programmes can be streamed on or

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