KES 10400, License Included
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KES 7400, License Included
KES 11400, License Included
KES 10400, License Included
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Drivers Licenses Per Year
Acini Driving School is low-cost driving school started by Acini Capital, a Norwegian Impact Investment Company to equip Kenyan Youth with skills and a path to employment. It started on a meeting with a group of women in Elgeyo Marakwet with requests that Acini supports women who wanted to acquire driving skills but could not afford the huge amounts demanded by commercial schools. Also, the women wanted something they could access easily without necessarily having to travel long distances to get the training. After several such requests in Turbo and other parts of Uasin Gishu County, the CEO of Acini Capital As agreed to fund the establishment of a low-cost school that would care mostly for rural women.
Acini Driving School has opened its latest branch in Murang’a town. This follows numerous requests from the locals through their...
Acini Driving has inked a partnership deed with the Kiharu NG-CDF. This heralds a new chapter in Acini’s ambitious growth that...
Acini Driving School has upgraded its fleet of Driving vehicles with the latest addition of three new cars and two lorries. The...
We offer a comprehensive curriculum that…
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I was looking for a pocket-friendly school where I could get my drivers licence. When I came across Acini’s brochure, I couldn’t believe that lady luck had finally smiled on me. Their rates were just way below what I expected and I quickly grabbed the opportunity. Today, I am a proud driver courtesy of Acini and a beneficiary of their generosity. I will always be a good ambassador of the school and o whatever I can to support their growth.
When my friend shared with about the ‘new school in town’ as he referred to it then, I couldn’t believe it was real. At first, we thought that it was a way to steal from us but we later came to realise that this was a genuinely registered school with very competent instructors. I did not hesitate further. I enrolled and after exactly three weeks, I did my driving exams and passed.
In an effort to comply with Government regulations, our Boda Boda group decided to sponsor a few of us to take driving classes and acquire driving licences. We were shopping around for a suitable partner who could understand us and allow payment in instalments when we came across Acini’s marketing team. We quickly convened a meeting and invited George Bakhuya to come and talk to the members. He gave us the history of the school and why it was started. We were happy to hear that there was finally a listening partner around.
Our group enrolled about 10 students immediately and we began classes the following day. The timing was very flexible and fit well with our schedule. Today, our group f about 25 members have drinking licences courtesy of Acini.
I had enrolled for driving classes in another school but dropped out since my schedule at work could not allow me to continue. I was reporting to work at 8 O’clock and leaving very late. The instructor I was assigned did not agree with this and requested me to come only on Saturdays. This would’ve seen me take around 5 months to complete a 3-week course. I opted out.
When I shared my plight with one of my colleagues who was a student at Acini, she quickly introduced me to Benard Sang who encouraged me to join them since it was still possible to take classes everyday even at odd hours. I agreed and enrolled and was assigned an instructor who would take me for early morning classes and late evening classes. Today, I am a proud driver courtesy of ACINI.
Thank you BEN!!!
Acini came to my rescue when I was stuck after High School and unsure of what the next step would be for me. Coming from Huruma Slums and living with a single mother, we couldn’t afford fees for any basic courses after high school. I had started looking for menial jobs within the estate to supplement my mum’s meagre income.
One day while going about my business at Huruma Market, I was handed a flyer by a lady who was part of a roadshow. She asked me about my details and urged me to find a way of joining the. I presented the same to mum and discussed about the possibility of joining. From their total fee, we were sure that we could raise at least KES 3,000 every week together. The following week, we agreed that I would save all the money I got and my mum would top it up for me to enrol. That is how I ended up at Acini. I am so grateful for their understanding and the commitment of their instructors. I am now taking additional courses with