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Kenya Anglican University to receive Sh60.8b grant

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By Joseph Muchiri | March 20th 2017
Embu Senator Lenny Kivuti (left), hands over the map to the proposed Kenya Anglican University at Kanyuambora secondary school, the site of the institution to its financiers and engineers for construction works to begin. (PHOTO: JOSEPH MUCHIRI/STANDARD)

The proposed Kenya Anglican University in Kanyuambora has received a major boost after US-based Global Trade and Finance Company promised a grant of Sh60.8 billion.

Kon Lee, the firm president and CEO, said the grant would be extended in the next two years. Mr Lee said Sh30.8 billion would be spent on a world-class implementation of the university's internal design.

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