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September 21, 2018

Securex awards scholarships to needy students

Corazon Nyandia Ndirangu, one of the five beneficiaries of the Securex Scholarship Program this year, receives a cheque from Securex C.O.O Daniel Lemmer. Loking on is her father Francis Ndirangu.
Corazon Nyandia Ndirangu, one of the five beneficiaries of the Securex Scholarship Program this year, receives a cheque from Securex C.O.O Daniel Lemmer. Loking on is her father Francis Ndirangu.

Securex Agencies has awarded five deserving students with full sponsorship for their secondary education as part of the Securex Scholarship programme.

The programme, which was started in 2014, seeks to reward some of the company’s longest-serving employees by offering sponsorship for five children every year upon completion of their Kenya Certificate of Primary Education examinations.

Beneficiaries this year are Victor Mose (410), Moses Momanyi Moturi (376), Samson Ogaro Avudi (368), Corazon Nyandia Ndirangu (350) and Caleb Musyoki Mutuku (349). They will have their tuition fees and other expenses catered for over the four years of their high school education.

Speaking during a brief award ceremony at the Securex House last Friday, Securex Group MD Tony Sahni congratulated the students for their efforts.

“We are very proud of you, the children, for passing your KCPE exams. Your parents have worked hard for Securex for 10 years or more so that you could get this chance to grow. They have done extremely well as part of the Securex family. Keep up the hard work as you move on to high school, and we will follow up on your academic progress to ensure that you do so. Be assured that there are roles waiting for you here once you are done with school.”

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