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Kenya’s High Commissioner to Malaysia Mr Samori Okwiya announced establishment of the Fund during a meeting with the First Lady Margret Kenyatta at State House Nairobi on Tuesday.
Under the three year programme, the High Commissioner said ten Kenyan students stand to benefit every year from full scholarships in Malaysia’s higher education institutions.
The scholarships include six masters and four PHDs every year and covers full tuition, registration and examination fees all amounting to USD 345,000.
The First Lady thanked Malaysia for establishing the Fund to benefit Kenyans.
The First Lady said establishment of the fund was not only an honour to her but also a great opportunity for the bright Kenyan students.
In attendance was the Wife of Deputy President Mrs. Rachael Ruto.