September 2022 Updates

September 2022 Updates

The 2021/2022 academic year ended in August 2022 and the AIU community has many reasons to thank God. We have had students studying consistently through physical and remote/virtual learning with the final semester exams ending early in August before the general elections that were scheduled for 9th August 2022.

We are grateful for the support accorded by the students, staff, faculty, alumni, and our partners.

September 2022 Orientation

2022/2023 began on a high note last week with the admission and orientation of about 300 new students comprising of both self-sponsored and government-sponsored students placed by KUCCPS.

Kindly join us in praying that all these students would experience transformation while in AIU and have wholesome growth throughout their academic journey in AIU.

Staff Retreat

On 15th July 2022, AIU held a one-day retreat for all staff at the Subiaco Retreat Center located in Karen, Nairobi County.

The event which was organized as a directive from the University management was aimed at enhancing work relationships and cohesiveness within the community as well as increasing teamwork.

During the course of the day, staff had the opportunity to interact with each other and indulge in fun team-building activities as well as eat and fellowship together.

The aspects of teamwork and excellence were emphasized in a bid to have all staff give their best for the growth and success of Africa International University.

AIU Annual Mission

A team from AIU comprising of students, staff, and faculty set off to Homabay county on the 22nd of August for an intensive one-week annual mission organized by the chaplaincy department.

The team held open-air evangelism meetings at different stations, door-to-door evangelism, distributed both English and Luo bibles to new believers, churches, and schools, facilitated PPI devotions in five schools, and held discipleship training for church leaders and pastors in the parishes of the Southern Nyanza Diocese.

In addition, they had the opportunity to meet and minister to local administrators, chiefs, and assistant chiefs in the Ogade area.

A great number of people came to the knowledge of Christ.

We bless the Lord for the success of the mission and appreciate the partnership and support from our partners Bible Literacy and Translation (BTL) which donated Luo bibles, and Gideon’s International which distributed over 2,500 bibles to the various schools that the AIU team visited.