The Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) is a government body that was created under the ministry of education in July 1995 to give financial aid to disadvantaged students enrolling in Kenyan universities and colleges.
The current government, led by William Ruto, has stated that HELB will be dismantled and replaced with the National Skill and Funding Council (NSFC) in order to enhance the country's education system. The government task committee tasked with investigating the competency-based curriculum's results served as the foundation for the decision to abolish HELB in Kenya and replace it with NSFC.
To all first-time and subsequent loan beneficiaries, the Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) issued a message of relief earlier today. According to a message from HELB's official Twitter account, both first-time and returning borrowers do not need to be concerned about how to access their MPESA wallet.
The aforementioned pupils should adhere to the detailed guidelines provided below in order to withdraw their money.
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