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KFCB UNVEILS MENTORSHIP PROGRAM FOR STUDENTS

The Board’s management and staff led by the CEO Dr. Ezekiel Mutua yesterday welcomed students from Alliance High School who will be undertaking a learning experience exercise in the Board’s various departments under the Board’s mentorship program.

This is in line with the Board’s strategic partnerships with schools as key stakeholders. The students who are in the August holiday break are Kirkstone Osamba, Eddy Ogola, James Ruigu, Derrick Mwathi, Mitchell Murithi and Elias Chirchir.

The Board continues to engage schools and students across the country in its clean content campaigns while creating awareness on the dangers of consuming harmful media content including online.