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Nairobi, April 9, 2018

 

 

Francis Anyona, Director of Budget, National Treasury makes a presentation on the operations of the National Treasury to 46 students under the Pupils Rewards Scheme (Pures) programme from various national schools when they visited the National Treasury today, May 9, 2018.  The scheme is a mentorship programme under the Presidency that takes best candidates in Kenya Certificate of Primary Education (KCPE) countrywide. The Programme was launched by President Uhuru Kenyatta and First Lady Margaret Kenyatta in 2015. Yesterday the Ethiopian Prime Minister, who was on a three-day visit to Kenya praised the PURES programme as a noble idea that other African leaders need to emulate.

 

 

Francis Anyona, Director of Budget, National Treasury listens to a question from a student who was among 46 under the Pupils Rewards Scheme (Pures) programme from various national schools today, May 9, 2018 when they visited the National Treasury in Naiorbi.  The Director made a presentation on the operations of the National Treasury to the students.

 

Duncan omweri of Alliance Boys asks a question today, May 9, 2018 after listening to a presentation from Francis Anyona, Director of Budget, National Treasury, on the operations of the National Treasury when the students (46) under the Pupils Rewards Scheme (Pures) programme visited the National Treasury in Naiorbi.  

 

Pictures by Kibet Cheptumo/KNA