The Star (Nairobi)

20 February 2013

Kenya: Korean Boost for 300 Thika School Pupils

More than 300 pupils from Kiboko primary school in Thika received uniforms and stationery from the Korean Ministry of Environment. The donation, which was contributed by the ministry staff, was presented to the school by Jong Su Yoon, Environment vice minister.

The donation was given under the Korean International Cooperation Agency. Yoon advised the pupils to be focused on their studies in order to have a bright future.

Yoon also urged the Kenyan government to continue preserving the natural beauty of the country. He said Kenya country is a beautiful country.

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