ABC Bank joined hands with Kenyatta University by donating Ksh. 250,000 to support inventive students to realize their entrepreneurial potential. The university, through its Chandaria Business Innovation Incubation Centre, nurtures students with innovative ideas to transform them to viable enterprises.
Speaking when he presented the cheque to Kenyatta University Vice Chancellor, Professor Olive Mugenda, ABC Bank’s General Manager, Group Business Development, Peter Kinyanjui underscored the importance of partnerships between corporates and institutions of higher learning, saying this would spur the improvement of educational standards in the country.
On her part, Professor Mugenda hailed ABC Bank for being the first bank to support the incubation program.
The donation is part of ABC Bank’s CSR strategy to help the youth to discover and develop their talent. The Innovation Incubation Centre recently organized an investors’ confidence to give students under the program an opportunity to show case their ideas and to link them with potential investors.