28 Teachers Get Osaseyi Foundation’s Cash Reward in Kabba-Bunu as 42 Students Bag Scholarship Awards

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42 secondary school students in Kabba-Bunu local government area of Kogi state, on Thursday, bagged scholarship awards from the Osaseyi Foundation.

This is coming a day after the Foundation gave 66 public school students scholarship in Ijumu LGA.

Aside stationary, the scholarship awards covered each recipient’s West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) registration fees and payment of their three term school fees.

Also, 28 teachers from these schools were given cash gifts of ₦30,000 for their stewardship.

Speaking in Kabba, founder of the Foundation, Mr. Richard Abayomi Osaseyi reiterated his commitment to raising future leaders who will show similar kindness to others in years to come.

He noted that by investing in the educational development of the younger generation, the future of communities is secured and assured.

Osaseyi said he decided to extend the scholarship scheme to Kabba-Bunu LGA this year because of the overdriving passion of the foundation to reach everywhere possible.

He noted that the world was currently evolving to becoming science and technology, hence teachers must emphasize the teaching of science and technology with the interest of developing talents in this fields while government must also give the necessary support.

“By investing in our students who have great potentials and by investing in their educational development, we won’t be bothered about what the future holds,” he said.

In his address, the Obaro of Kabba, HRH, Oba Solomon Owoniyi, commended the foundation and its founder for their generous disposition to humanity.

The monarch said as individuals we must come to terms with placing premium on human development than gathering wealth and resources, adding that the founder deemed it fit to add his quota to developing a critical aspect of the society.

He prayed for God to continue bless the foundation with the requisite resources.

At the event, the foundation also awarded cash grants of ₦100,000 each to the overall best male and female students in the recently released West Africa Examination Council (WAEC) results. The overall best students were Ayo Rotimi Segun and Joseph Fehintola Justina.

The highlight of the event was the presentation of an award of recognition to the CEO of Osaseyi Foundation, Mr. Richard Osaseyi by the management of St Monica’s College Kabba-Bunu owing to his numerous philanthropist gestures.


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