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Minister of the Republic of Malawi visited KCG

The Minister of Education and Science of the Republic of Malawi in East Africa through KCG's overseas computer education support activities visited KCG on Monday, October 8, to discuss the promotion of computer education and future exchanges.

On that day, KCG was visited by the Minister of Education and Science of Unice Kazenbe, Vice-President of Education and Science, Lonely McGreta, and Counselor of the Embassy of Grace B. Karonga.In 1998, KCG donated 222 computers to Malawi as part of its overseas computer education support activities.In 2009, we donated 15 cars through the Embassy in Japan.

Faculty members such as President Hasegawa Wataru welcomed a delegation at KCG and explained the history of KCG at the Kyoto Information University University Kyoto Station Hall.After that, a meeting was held to exchange opinions actively on the future of computer education and the development of future exchanges.

In the applause of the faculty and staff, a party from the Republic of Malawi who arrived at the main school building in front of KCG Kyoto Station (from the previous Minister of Education and Science, Eunice Kazenbe, Deputy Secretary of Education and Science, Lonely Magretta, Counselor of the Embassy of Grace B. Karonga)
Chairperson Watanabe Hasegawa, smiling with a souvenir presented by Minister Kazenbe (left)

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