Ayra Starr’s song ‘Rush’ made compulsory question at Kenyan varsity

A Kenyan varsity, Catholic University of Eastern Africa is in the news after some of its students were made to answer a compulsory question about ‘Rush’, a song by Nigerian singer, Ayra Starr in a trimester examination.  

“Rush” was set as question number 1 and made compulsory for second-year students in the Department of Marketing and Management.

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A student of the school took to Twitter to express dissatisfaction with the exam question.

He criticized having a musician’s song as the basis for a question in light of other parts of the syllabus taught during the semester.

“Imagine this, you’ve studied the whole semester for a unit depriving yourself of any form of entertainment even music and hujawai skia rush by ayra starr, you walk into an exam room and this is what you see,” the user wrote.

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