This is a good gesture by Equity Bank, which should be emulated by other corporate bodies now that the Govt has provided free primary education.
Let the selection be fair and open.
Well done Equity Bank. However , the cut-off of 350 marks is not fair to children from areas with poor educational infrastructure. A pupil with 300 marks in Turkana may be a better student than one who comes from the big towns with 350 marks. May be next year Equity Bank can come up with a formula that gives better opportunities to marginalised areas of our country. God bless Equity Bank.
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Keep it up Equity. A noble gesture.
Hail Mwash wa equity, May Jehovah almighty give Kenya some other, not only Mwangis but heartz like his and God bless Mwangi 4ever.
bravo equity bank though the cut off marks isn’t fair depending on the perfomance this year why cant you make it to be atleast 330
Gud of you equity but that cut off is very unfair to the marginalized areas,comparing a child with 300 from Northern Arid Lands to another one with 350 in down Kenya putting all factors into consideration
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