KTTA rolls out schools scholarship program

 Andrew Mudibo

Kenya Table Tennis Association President Andrew Mudibo. KTTA has rolled out a partnership program for talented players in both primary and secondary schools.

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What you need to know:

  • The partnership is an extension of the ‘Tucheze Tebo’ initiative that was started by the association in 2017, which aims at identifying talented players in primary and high school
  • St. Monica Girls and St. Joseph Boys High Schools in Kitale have over the years served as the backbone for KTTA in the western region of the country
  • KTTA is targeting to have one primary school and two high schools to be included in the program in each of the 47 counties

Kenya Table Tennis Association (KTTA) has rolled out a partnership program for talented players in both primary and secondary schools.

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