British High Commissioner to Zambia, NICHOLAS WOOLLEY says the British government will continue fostering education development in the country through the Chevening scholarships programme .
Mr WOOLLEY says over 50,000 scholars have benefited from the programme, which has been running for 40 years.
He was speaking in Lusaka yesterday during the sendoff event of thirteen scholars who have been awarded one hundred percent scholarships to study in the United Kingdom.
And Chevening Alumni Association of Zambia, President KABANDA CHILEKWA encouraged the scholars to thrive in their careers and use the privilege for the development of the country.
Meanwhile, Chevening Scholarship recipient, HENRY PHIRI expressed gratitude to the Alumni Association of Zambia for providing an opportunity to them to study in the United Kingdom.
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