A female Kenyan Student has emerged as the winner in the Queen's commonwealth essay competition with an official statement released by the Royal Commonwealth society confirming this achievement.
Kayla Bosire beat close to 25,648 from around the commonwealth who participated in the world's oldest writing competition with participants writing on topics ranging from the global pandemic to issues affecting their communities.
"Congratulations to the Winners & Runners-up of The Queen’s Commonwealth Essay Competition 2021: Senior Winner Kayla Bosire from Kenya, Junior Winner Ethan Mufuma from Uganda, and Senior Runner-up Aditi Nair & Junior Runner-up Raisa Gulati from India." A statement read.
The competition seeks to improve the writing literacy of commonwealth students with the winner Bosire set to travel to the United Kingdom for a one-week tour of its capital city London focusing on educational and cultural events.
Bosire and other winners from the other categories will receive their awards on October 28 2021 with Kenyans taking to their social media accounts to send their congratulatory messages to Kayla.
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