Access Bank (Kenya) Pays a Courtesy Call to the Vice-Chancellor

Access Bank (Kenya) Plc reinforced its commitment to education and community development by visiting Kabarak University. Led by Mr. Segun Lamidi, Group Head of Subsidiaries Operations, and Mr. John Kimani, Chief Operations Officer for Kenya, the delegation engaged with the esteemed Vice-Chancellor of Kabarak University, Prof. Henry Kiplangat, in a productive meeting held in the Vice-Chancellor's boardroom.

The visit centered around discussions of potential collaboration between the financial institution and the academic institution. Both parties view this visit as a significant first step towards building a lasting and mutually beneficial relationship. This collaboration holds promise, aiming to bridge the gap between academia and the corporate world, benefitting students, the university, and the community.

Prof. Henry Kiplangat emphasized the value of industry-academia partnerships, underlining their role in bridging the gap between education and the corporate world. In response, Access Bank (Kenya) Plc expressed its commitment to supporting education and the community, setting the stage for a promising and mutually beneficial relationship. This visit stands as a testament to the bank's dedication to fostering positive impacts within the communities it serves.

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