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KenSAP holds fundraising dinner for top students

The students are picked from all across the country’s 47 counties

In Summary

• At least 21 students will be helped to join top North American universities in 2020

Juliet Otieno, KenSAP chairman Charles Field Marsham, EPZ Ltd CEO Dhiren Chandaria and Tevin Villa Singei.
Juliet Otieno, KenSAP chairman Charles Field Marsham, EPZ Ltd CEO Dhiren Chandaria and Tevin Villa Singei.
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The Kenya Scholar Access Programme (KenSAP) on Tuesday held a fundraising dinner that will see at least 21 students join top North American universities in August 2020.

The students, among them top KCSE girl nationally Juliet Otieno, sat their exams last year and all combined managed an average score of A plain.

As one of Africa’s most prestigious college ­access programmes, KenSAP has over the last 15 years placed 197 students with full need-based financial aid packages admission to the most selective universities in the United States and Canada. 

 

The students, picked from all across the country’s 47 counties, represent a national selection of Kenya’s most promising students. 

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