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Equity Bank Drops Announcement On The Wings To Fly program

Nairobi, Kenya's capital, serves as the home base for the financial services company Equity Bank Kenya Limited. The Central Bank of Kenya (CBK), Kenya's central bank and national banking regulator, has granted it a commercial bank license. The agency banking model, which the bank introduced in 2010 and has been successful, is controlled by the prudential rules of the Central Bank of Kenya.

Equity Bank has taken the lead in ensuring the welfare of all of their esteemed clients and of Kenyans in general. Regarding this, the banking group established the WingsToFly scholarship program, which is one of their greatest successes for the banking group and Kenyans in general. This program aids young, talented girls and boys from disadvantaged backgrounds in gaining access to higher education.

The banking group has warned Kenyans that there is a short window of time left for students from low-income families who performed admirably in their 2022 KCPE exams by earning 350 or higher to apply for the WingsToFly program before the deadline of January 4, 2023.

All interested and qualified parties are encouraged to visit any Equity Bank branch located throughout Kenya, according to a thorough investigation conducted by

Just a few days remain! If you are aware of a student from a low-income family who excelled in the 2022 KCPE exams by receiving 350 or higher, please encourage them to apply for the WingsToFly program before January 4, 2023. According to a tweet from the Equity Bank official Twitter account, Equity Bank.

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