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St Charles Lwanga School opens 800 capacity dormitory worth Kshs 53m


The Safaricom Mpesa Foundation through the guidance of Nicholas Mulila, an esteemed Chief Corporate security officer at Safaricom has successfully constructed a state-of-the-art three-story dormitory at St Charles Lwanga Secondary School.

The dormitory, with a capacity to accommodate 800 students, stands as a testament to the foundation’s commitment to fostering educational excellence.

Funded by the Mpesa Foundation, this ambitious project reflects a dedication to supporting school infrastructure and providing a conducive environment for learning.

With St Charles School board chairperson Mr Nicholas Mulila at the helm, the safaricom foundation has invested over 25.8 Million Kenya Shillings into the construction of this ultra-modern dormitory, signaling a substantial contribution towards the betterment of educational facilities.

The total cost of the three-story dormitory is about 53 Million Kenya Shillings, showcasing the magnitude of the project and the commitment to quality.

This significant investment is poised to alleviate the congestion that has plagued the school, offering a more comfortable and conducive space for over 800 children to thrive.

Speaking about the project, Mr. Nicholas Mulila, who also serves as the Chairman of the school’s board of directors, expressed the foundation’s eagerness to support school infrastructure. He emphasized the importance of hard work among the students, acknowledging them as the future of the country. Mulila’s words serve as an inspirational call to action for the students, encouraging them to seize the opportunities provided by the enhanced facilities.

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The impact of this three-story dormitory extends beyond its physical structure; it represents an investment in the future of the students at St Charles Lwanga Secondary School.

By alleviating congestion and providing modern amenities, the upgraded facility is set to create an environment conducive to focused learning and personal development.

As we witness the culmination of the Safaricom Mpesa Foundation’s efforts in this remarkable project, it becomes clear that the commitment to education goes beyond mere rhetoric. Under the guidance of Nicholas Mulila, the foundation continues to be a beacon of hope for educational institutions, propelling them towards excellence and nurturing the potential within each student.



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