Nine Kenyan students benefit from Mandela scholarships
SEE ALSO :Learners who bask in baseball club gloryEach student will receive $8,000 (Sh806,400) annually to cover tuition, airfare and other expenses for the duration of study. “The best way to honour Mandela is to plant seeds of ethical and committed leadership,” said Graça Machel, Mr Mandela’s widow and chancellor of ALU. “The university provides a great setting to inspire a young mind,” added ALU founder Fred Swaniker.
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