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Jubilee Insurance unveils painting competition

By Correspondent | January 4th 2017
Jubilee Holdings Chairman Nizar Juma . (Photo: Courtesy)

Jubilee Holdings Ltd has unveiled a painting competition that will take place in 41 counties across Kenya.

Jubilee Holdings Chairman Nizar Juma said that this initiative is part of the activities lined up to celebrate the firm’s 80th year since its incorporation and will be an avenue to let children express their understanding of freedom through artwork.

“The winners of the competition will be given an education sponsorship and the schools of the winners will also get sponsorship to renovate their schools,” Mr Juma said.

The painting completion will be open to primary school children from ages 6 to 14 years. The top 25 winners will receive full secondary school tuition scholarships from Jubilee Holdings while also getting to support their schools renovations. There will also be cash prizes for county winners.

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