Five student leaders of Moi University main campus have been expelled from the institution following the students unrest last Friday that led to indefinite closure of the university. In a letter dated 11th October 2019 and signed by the Vice Chancellor Isaac Kosge, the four\u00a0 Students Organization (MUSO) leaders have been banned from stepping in the institution unless by invitation. The affected students include, Chairperson, Timothy Kemboi Secretary General, Ian Rasueei Finance director, Hezbon Ondari Co-curricular-Ronny Alex Kimathi and Emmanuel Sahrabhai (Special Needs). The letter read in part: \u201dIt has come to the attention of this office that on 11th October 2019 you with other students you participated in the illegal demonstration by planning leading and later destroying university property at main campus.\u201d According to the VC, the students conduct was unacceptable and lack the expected attribute of a student leader and decorum while at the university. Added Kosgey:\u201d This office views your action to be detrimental to thevalue we hold as a university and your conduct has brought shame to Moi University. As a result of this and by the powers conferred to me by statute XXX5 (k) of the Moi university statutes ( 2013), I do hereby expel you from the university with immediate effect.\u201d Speaking to People Daily, in Eldoret town\u00a0 the five students in a joint statement said they were shocked by the university's move to expel them vowing to fight their expulsion in court. "We were entirely within our rights and as students' representativeswe couldn't sit back and watch the institution unilaterally make decisions that affect our well being in school. Let\u2019s meet in court," said Rusei. The University was closed indefinitely after students proteste dover alleged poor management of the institution. They demonstrated against new rules governing the use of the university hostels. The university has also increased the fees for the supplementary exams from Sh400 to Sh1, 000 which students say is too high. Deputy vice chancellor Professor Nathan Kimengi issued a notice on Friday directing students to vacate the main campus before 2pm.