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Kibaki: Higher education funding boosted

16 November 2012, 17:03

Kisumu - Daily Nation reports that, the government has increased funding to the higher education sector in order to support more needy students, President Mwai Kibaki said on Friday.

Speaking during the award of a Charter to Great Lakes University of Kisumu, Kibaki said that the government will also fund students studying within the East African Community (EAC).

Kibaki urged all Kenyans who have benefited from the Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) to repay their loans.

- For more details visit Daily Nation

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