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Embrace innovation, Manu Chandaria tells girls

By David Njaaga | February 17th 2017
Starehe Girls' Centre Director, Sister Jane Soita (right), flanked by businessman Manu Chandaria, celebrate with students after the institution was declared the Global High Schools (Africa) winner in the Ninth Annual Zayed Future Energy Prize. (Photo: David Njaaga/Standard)

Businessman Manu Chandaria has challenged girls to think critically and embrace innovation in order to solve poverty and unemployment.

Dr Chandaria said skills and knowledge young people acquired through learning and training equipped them to compete globally and enhance their capability to accomplish various tasks.

He was addressing students of Starehe Girls Centre during the awarding of scholarships to needy students by MTN Group, a mobile phone firm, yesterday.

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