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South Korean and American firms to fund Anglican University's feasibility study

Posted on 1st Jan 1970 01:00:00 in

Anglican Church of Kenya Archbishop Rev Jackson Ole Sapit greets Embu Senator Lenny Kivuti during the launch of a feasibility study for the proposed Kenya Anglican University, Kanyuambora in Embu County yesterday. (Joseph Muchiri, Standard)

Two companies have undertaken to fund a feasibility study for the proposed Kenyan Anglican University in Kanyuambora, Embu County.

The budding university in Mbeere North has partnered with US-based Global Trade and Finance Company and South Korea's Pyunghwa Engineering Consultants in the study that will cost Sh104 million.

The feasibility study was launched at Kanyuambora on Sunday during a ceremony attended by ACK Archbishop Jackson ole Sapit, representatives from the two firms and Embu Senator Lenny Kivuti.

[Joseph Muchiri]