Courtesy Photo of Kenyatta University
University Students have a reason to smile following the latest major announcement allowing them to own a laptop for as low as KSh 2,000.
Lease to learn is a product that has been equated to enable university students to acquire laptops especially in this Time of covid-19 when schools were closed.
The lease to learn program however works directly with the university and not an individual student in a verge of giving every student an essence of owning a laptop.
For example, if a laptop costs KSh 50,000, instead of paying it now upfront, through the university you only pay KSh 2,000 per month for a period of three years.
However, the KSh 2,000 will be added on each students school fee who wants to own a laptop.
The good news however is that one will not be required to be paying any hidden fees on top of the KSh 2,000.
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