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BY PRUDENCE WANZA-A Kenyan HIV researcher has been identified as one of the champions of medical evolution in the world.

Tony Elumelu, the Chairman of the United Bank for Africa who is also the founder of the largest philanthropic organization in Africa, praised Peter Kikumbi who is now engaged in an ambitious medical research to develop a contraceptive for preventing HIV infections as a research giant who will soon change the course of science research.

Tony Elumelu, Chairman of the United Bank for Africa and founder of Tony Elumelu Foundation |PHOTO: Courtesy

Mr. Elumelu, said he is committed to the cause of the African youth noting that his Elumelu Foundation has so far trained 7,500 youth entrepreneurs across Africa. 

Mr. Kikumbi is financed by the Elumelu foundation.

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