Equity Foundation’s Wings to Fly Scholarship Benefits 24 Kitui KCPE Candidates
The Equity Group Foundation’s Wings to Fly scholarship programme has issued scholarships to twenty-four (24) Form One students from Kitui County.
The twenty-four students comprise of 12 boys and 12 girls who were flagged off officially by the Kitui County Deputy Governor Augustine Wambua Kanani will join their colleagues from all over the country on a three-day induction programme that will be held at Pangani Girls High school in Nairobi County.
Speaking while at Kitui Township Africa Inland Church, the Equity Bank Kitui Branch Manager Francis Mbindyo lauded the beneficiaries and urged them to take their studies seriously for the sake of their future.
Deputy Governor Kanani praised Equity Bank for investing in the education of their children.
“Equity Bank has given you a very good platform. It will also give you an opportunity to work with them upon the completion of your studies,” he said.
Among those who attended the event were Kitui Scholarship Selection Board Chairperson Kennedy Katua, Kenya Primary School Heads Association (KEPSHA) Kitui County Chairperson Boniface Mbuvi, Kitui County Children’s Deputy Director Jacinta Mwinzi and the National Youth Council (NYC) Kitui County Chairperson Aggrey K. Nzomo just to mention but a few.
Equity Group Foundation (EGF) is also implementing partner for the Ministry of Education’s Elimu Scholarship Programme (ESP).