The Star (Nairobi)

Kenya: KCB Pays for Narok Best

FOUR Narok county students have been sponsored by Kenya Commercial Bank to pursue their secondary education. The scholarship will benefit three boys and one girl who sat for KCPE.

The students are Jackson Rana who scored 398 marks and will be joining Alliance Boys. Boniface Kipkoech, who scored 387 marks and joins Maranda Boys and Francis Kerry, who scored 363 marks and will join Kilgoris High School.

Emily Kumbash scored 364 marks and will join Tengecha girls. They were awarded the cheques by Narok branch Manager Services Quality and Compliance Justus Njue.

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