In February, during a chapel service led by the members of the governing council, the vice chancellor and council chair Mr Gideon Muriuki introduced two new members of the council. They are Mr Peter Wayaki, a lawyer, and Mr Aaih Fodey, general secretary for the Association of Evangelicals of East Africa.
At the service, the two new members pronounced their vows, led by Mr Gideon Muriuki. Faith Mlay dedicated them to the Lord’s service. Later on during the service, the members of the governing council signed the no conflict of interest policy to show their commitment to good governance. In the year 2009, the governing council personally gifted 9 million shillings in support of NEGST. The chairman talked about the review report that was done last year and asked the vice chancellor to make it available to the community. The governing council gave thanks to various groups in the community for their good work.
After the service, photos were taken of the council members for the new AIU website. Later on they were treated for a luncheon at the newly-renovated Kijiji Guesthouse and cafe on campus.