Muhoroni NGCDF disburses Ksh15M to needy students

Muhoroni NGCDF disburses Ksh15M to needy students

Muhoroni NGCDF has provided over 15.7 million Kenyan shillings in scholarships to talented and needy students from various universities and colleges across the country.

The treasury manager, Sospeter Ngere, handed over the cheques in Nyangoma/Masogo Ward and said the money had already reached various educational institutions.

Ngere, who was accompanied by CDF chairman Bernard Del, said the beneficiaries were carefully selected from the many applications.

Some recipients of the scholarships provided show the fake check.

The manager said they are committed to ensuring that all students, regardless of their background, have access to quality education. He pointed out that students studying engineering, medicine and architecture are fully sponsored to encourage more students to enroll.

He said they are monitoring the performance of students under the programme and have announced plans for the construction of the Muhoroni Technical Training Institute (TTI), which will cost Kenyan shillings 80 million.

George Ombok, chairman of the Muhoroni chapter of the Kenya Secondary Schools Heads Association (KESSHA), was present at the meeting.

He commended the MP and his NGCDF team for their steadfast support for education and praised his scholarship model as an excellent arrangement and should be adopted by other constituencies.

Ombok also expressed his appreciation for the MP’s commitment to sponsoring students and improving the quality of education in Muhoroni.


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By Fredrick Odiero

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