My name is Martine Ngonzo Inalenge, and I am Congolese by nationality. I am the second born in a family of 7 children. My father is an unemployed medical doctor, and my mom is a primary school teacher.
I am thankful for the opportunity that your scholarship has provided to me to study at Africa University. Last academic year, I was enrolled in the Intensive English Program. This academic year, I have begun my studies in my chosen field. I am a first-year student enrolled in the College of Health, Agriculture and Natural Sciences. I am studying to earn a Bachelor of Science degree in Medical Laboratory Sciences. Thank you for your sacrifice in paying my school fees.
Were it not for your scholarship, my parents would not be able to afford my fees, and I would not be able to follow my dream to be of service to my family, community, and country.
I thank God for you and pray that God will continue to bless you abundantly.
Sincerely and gratefully yours,
Martine N gonzo Inalenge
I am Lunda wa Nkulu Papy, a Congolese by the nationality. I
am the first-born in a family of five children.
I write to thank my sponsor and The United Methodist Church for awarding me scholarship support and helping me to become who I am today. My family members also thank you for helping me to study at Africa University.
Being awarded this scholarship has been life-changing for me and my family. I do not have the words available to express my deep gratitude.
After I graduate, I pray with the help of God to find a job so that I may help my family and my community. I want to help others just as I have been helped by your scholarship support.
I pray God's continued blessings upon you. Gratefully yours,
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My name is Nyasha Chisiya, a second year student at Africa University studying Agribusiness Management.
I am a young man aged 21 and a third born in a family of three. My family stays in Rusape, but my mother passed away in 2004. My father got out of the formal education sector in 2009; hence, currently he is not working.
At Africa University, I am studying under a scholarship. Advancing with education has been my dream, and I hope to use it in future either to work with large organizations or to start a business of my own. I value education. I do believe that with it my future as well as of that of my community is going to be a brighter one. In a nutshell, I do thank those who are paying my school fees. I am very much indebted to them, and may God bless them in doing such a kind work.
My name is Jose Raimundo Quelende. I am Angolan. I am currently enrolled in the Intensive English Program. Upon completion at the end of the current academic year, I will begin my studies in the Faculty of Management and Administration.
I was born on June 12, 1991, and I am son of Adriano Ernesto Quelende and Mariquinha Raimundo Maboia. I am the fifth child in a family of eight. I am United Methodist and a devoted Christian. I grew up in the United Methodist Church of Redentor, Angola East Annaul Conference, where I held several positions in my youth league: deputy secretary and deputy secretary of fraternity leisure and sports.
During my spare time I enjoy writing poetry, reading, and jogging. My dream is to become a successful economist so that I can help my country in particular and the African continent in general to improve the standard of living.
I would like thank you for the scholarship that has enabled me to study at Africa University. May God bless you abundantly.