Over 100 Students to Access Bursary Service In KU

Over 100 needy students in Kasungu stand a chance of accessing a four-year comprehensive bursary for both secondary and tertiary education courtesy of Age Africa.

Age Africa's Programs and Learning Manager, Dumisan Nkhonjera has told us that the project aims at breaking the circle of poverty in the tobacco growing district through education support.

Central East Education Division Desk Officer for Melvin Chilongo says the project is timely relief saying demand for education bursary for needy learners is huge.

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