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Celtel gives $7,000 to Ndejje University

By Vision Reporter

Added 9th April 2007 03:00 AM

NDEJJE University has received $7,000 (about sh12.2m) from Celtel, writes Ronald Kabuubi.

Celtel gives $7,000 to Ndejje University

NDEJJE University has received $7,000 (about sh12.2m) from Celtel, writes Ronald Kabuubi.

NDEJJE University has received $7,000 (about sh12.2m) from Celtel, writes Ronald Kabuubi.

“The reward is a token of appreciation to Ndejje University for participating in the Celtel Africa Challenge quiz, which took place in Nairobi, Kenya, last month,” Celtel’s public relations manager Justina Ntabgoba said.

The university also received trophies.
“Celtel hopes the grants will go a long way in improving the students’ welfare,” Ntabgoba said.

US$5,000 (sh8.7m) was given to the university, while each student who participated in the quiz was rewarded with $500 (sh875,000).

Dennis Okiror, John Martin Ntabazi, Tinah Nambi and Phiona Achanit received the $500 each.

Moi University of Kenya won the opening quiz against Ndejje University.

Celtel gives $7,000 to Ndejje University

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