Speaking at the function, FDH Head of Risk, William Mpinganjira said they have partnered Muslim students as a way of improving education at various levels in the country.
He said: “We have partnered organizations such as ‘Hope for the Blind’. We have invested MK20 million in information and communication technology equipment to two community colleges. We have been providing scholarships to some medical students at the College of Medicine.
“We are also providing scholarships to some students at Malawi University if Science and Technology (MUST) who are pursuing various degree programmes.”
Mpinganjira said they are also proud sponsors of ‘Top of the Class Quiz Competition’ for secondary school students in Malawi.
Muslim Students Association chairperson Swaleh Imaan thanked FDH Bank for the gesture, saying the money will help to advance their goals.
“This is the first time to get such support from FDH Bank. Our group is there to look for the welfare of students and to receive this support. It is a big development. We say thank you FDH Bank,” he said.
By Bobby Kabango - The Nation