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Chase Bank to pay fees for needy students

By Standard Reporter | February 14th 2016 at 00:00:00 GMT +0300

Chase Bank Kenya has partnered with Inua Dada and Daystar University to provide sponsorship for needy students. The bank, through its foundation, will provide sponsorship opportunities to students from needy backgrounds that have excelled both academically and in extra-curricular activities to be enrolled at Daystar University. The scholarship is initially open to female students only.

“In addition to the financial help, we will provide an opportunity for the beneficiaries to get work experience through our mentorship programme to enable them develop work place skills,” said Chase Group Foundation Chairman Parmain ole Narikae. He said each selected student would receive Sh1.5 million for undergraduate studies.


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