Scholarship: The Ambassadors of Iwoland Partners with NAOS Ola-Oluwa to give Free JAMB Forms to Students

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Scholarship: The Ambassadors of Iwoland Partners with NAOS Ola-Oluwa to give Free JAMB Forms to Students

The Ambassadors of Iwoland to partner with the National Association of Ola-Oluwa students’ union to give jamb scholarship to the less privileged students across Iwo Federal Constituency. The charitable organization is only giving out free forms to students but also will ensure the selected students take tutorial classes so that they can excel.

The free jamb scholarship is targeted at the students in Iwo, Ayedire and Ola-Oluwa who have written and passed their O-level examinations but could not afford to obtain jamb form to further their education.

In a memo signed by the leadership NAOS Ola-Oluwa, Comr Olatidoye Idowu Oluade (President), Lady Comr Rasheed Halimot Omolara (General Secretary) and Comr Oni Habeeb (Public Relations Officer 1), it was revealed the founder of the charitable organization, Mr. Akanji Azeez popularly known as EDUCATIONIST made it known a total number 20 students will free jamb form.

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Also, a sum of N50, 000 would be given to students who score above 300 in their jamb exams. Akanji Azeez said this project is to give supports to the less-privileged ones and help them go further in their studies.

He further explained that the ambassadors of Iwoland understand the problems facing our community and we are ready to do everything in our capacity to help the students in our environment.

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NAOS OLALUWA

The task of selecting the qualified students for this scholarship has been given to each local government students’ leadership across AYIWOLA (The Federation of Ayedire Students Union (FASU), Federation of Iwoland Students Union (FILSU) and National Association of Ola Oluwa students union (NAOS))

In lieu of this, any interested candidate with SSCE holder with at least 6 credits including English Language and Mathematics, in each town are expected to submit their names to NAOS president on 08030963850, either on WhatsApp or text message on or before Feb 14th, 2021.

After which every candidate must go through the necessary evaluation before being selected, then the union would conduct a test on Feb 16th, 2021 to choose the best 5 and put them into tutorial classes.

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