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Nick Mulila Delivers A Multi Million Dormitory Block To St Charles Lwanga – Kitui County

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Safaricom’s Mpesa foundation has erected a new three storey dormitory block that will accommodate comfortably over 800 students at St Charles Lwanga, Kitui County.

The multimillion worth three-storey hostel was commissioned on Wednesday 6th March 2024, by the Chief risk management and security officer Safaricom PLC Nicholas Muinde Mulila, who’s also stands as the school’s board of management chairman.

St Charles Lwanga School boys crowded during handover ceremony. Photo: Emmanuel Maleve

Mpesa Foundation invented a staggering cost of 25.6 million, and the rest by  parents and board of management of St Charles Lwanga school. The state-of-the-art dormitory emerges as a beacon of progress, poised to address the accommodation challenges plaguing St. Charles Lwanga.

The newly constructed three storey dormitory block which will comfortably accommodate over 800 St Charles Lwanga students. Photo: Emmanuel Maleve

Addressing the boys, Mulila delivered a stirring message urging them to focus their energies on their studies. “In this cutting-edge dormitory lies not just shelter, but the promise of a brighter future,” he said. “Embrace the opportunities before you, for the world rewards those who strive for excellence.”

The modern hostel facility at St. Charles Lwanga School is truly a blessing for its 1500 students, especially with 96% of them hailing from Kitui County.

Each floor is meticulously designed to provide a conducive environment with spacious rooms and modern amenities.

St Charles Lwanga students and Safaricom’s Chief risk management and security officer Nicholas Muinde Mulila, and Mpesa Foundation staffs. Photo: Emmanuel Maleve
The front phase of the newly commissioned Mpesa House. Photo: Emmanuel Maleve
Vicar General Fr John Mwandi blessing Mpesa House. Photo: EMMANUEL MALEVE
Chief risk management and security officer Safaricom PLC Nicholas Muinde Mulila addressing Press conference after commissioning Mpesa House. Photo: Emmanuel Maleve
Nick Mulila,  Mpesa Foundation staffs and St Charles Lwanga chief principal inspecting Mpesa House. Photo: Emmanuel Maleve

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