Every human being has a dream that often gives birth to an idea. It takes time and planning for an idea to materialize. Most dreams have never come to the surface because those who carry them never even realize that they have them.
The story of Kings College of Accountancy is one of a dream, come idea and then finally a reality. The college was founded in 2014 by the four current directors.
Having been in the education system for a long time the directors discovered a unique opportunity to provide training services in a holistic way in order to bridge the gap that has been widening over time.
The college, therefore, begun to provide training services and professional courses in Accountancy including CPA, ATC, ACCA, and CPS.
The clients opened a Chama account with Rafiki Microfinance Bank and started channeling their contributions. This amount was to cater for office furniture’s, desks, computers, and office rent.
After banking with Rafiki Microfinance Bank for four months, the bank gave them a facility to boost their operations.
Having serviced the first loan with excellent consistency and in a timely fashion, Rafiki gave them a second facility that was used to buy a van and increase the number of classrooms due to an increase of students from 80 to 250. This facility was cleared within months.
This prompted them to begin the process of applying for another facility, which they intend to purchase a plot and put up hostels for their students.
“We are proud of our relationship with KINGS COLLEGE OF ACCOUNTANCY,” said a representative from Rafiki Microfinance Bank.
Without a doubt, the college has contributed to the community by offering affordable training services to the students and by giving employment opportunities by sourcing employees from their best students.
“From our interaction with Kings College of accountancy directors, we can confirm that they have attained financial growth,” added Rafiki.