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Teddy lombe
Sat, 30 Jan 2016 18:16 EST
Applying for a scholarship to study biomedical engineering in usa
I am a male zambian citizen aged 20yrs.i concluded my senior secondary school at kitwe boys high in 2014.I derived good results in math as well as other subjects .It would be my pleasure to study in usa's one of its universities for the mentioned career course.usa is on the list of countries with most accurate and advanced equipments for lab technicians for this reason,am hereby looking forward for your reply which is greatly expected and consindered as 65 687
Nancy kings
Tue, 12 Jan 2016 15:26 EST
Help me to help my fellow ophans and the less privalleged
Am aged 27 , completed my secondary school and doing nothing for a living. I want to go to college but i dnt have sponsorship. My parents died way back and its not easy as a girl child. Anyone to help me persue my career will be highly appreciated even if it means paying back when i start working its fine . Please please help me. My line is 0953469067
Silvya nkhoma
Sat, 9 Jan 2016 02:33 EST
Greetings in Jesus name. Am a zambian aged 26 ineed of your help. I completed my secondary school but i dnt have sponsorship to go to college since both my parent are late. Please help me achieve my dreams and God will continue blessing you. My number is 0977199344. Thankyou
Rachael hambozi
Thu, 7 Jan 2016 12:47 EST
Am a Zambian citizen aged 23, am pursuing a diploma in Pharmacy by Evelyn Hone College of Applied Arts and Commerce, i was suppose to be in my third year this year but i had to pause and be on hold because of financial problems and lucky of sponsorship i fail to pay for tuition fees. I really need your help that i need to come and visit your offices in person. your assistance will be highly acknowledged. thank you in advance. Contact Cell: +260969301799/ +260967330135.
Quincy Sichimwa
Tue, 5 Jan 2016 14:50 EST
Am a zambian 20yrs old,based in Kalomo and am studying engineering mechanics in Livingstone and am completing this year so am kindly asking you to help me go work and upgrade my studies abroad in USA as a mechanics so that we make America a great city mechanics because us youths we the future leaders and also asking for a sponsor to help me go further my education at the same place my contact is 2600972320742 and email is
Thank you and God bless you abundantly
Joseph Msoni
Sat, 2 Jan 2016 04:37 EST
looking for a job
I recently completed my grade 12 and currently waiting for the results ,I can work under ones supervision and I learn quickly and can interact with many people.. I will be pleased to hear from you my line iz 0976588385
Kingfred Mbimbi
Tue, 29 Dec 2015 13:48 EST
Referring to the above subject.I hereby request for a scholarship.I am a Zambian aged 17.Completed my secondary school in october,2015,currently waiting for my results.
I would like to study Medicine in one the universities in the US.
Am sure my results will be awesome.
Your help will b greatly appreciated.0960490547,
Walubita akakulu
Fri, 18 Dec 2015 12:49 EST
Am a 32 year old woman who would like to study nursing but have no sponsorship.iam asking for phone numbers are +260966986351 or +260968778596
Thu, 17 Dec 2015 02:34 EST
Very excited to walk through the premises of the embassy for an interview that was delayed due to a fire drill.Stepping into the building felt I was in a different world.I felt safe but equally afraid ,the building,the elevator,I thought the security in the place is too much its more fun outside.The lady I was with made me realize that for America safety comes first,its in being safe that you find freedom. Now I wish the world could be that secure to enable the human race grow in peace.
Stephen mumbi
Mon, 30 Nov 2015 10:41 EST
looking for education sponsorship
Am Stephen mumbi I stay in mpika.Am kindly asking sponsorship I want to do nursing at chengelo school of nursing

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