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[Education] In Abia State 32 students get N4.8m scholarship.

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Thirty-two undergraduates resident in Abia State, but studying in various universities in different parts of Nigeria have received a scholarship grant of N4.8 million.

Each of the students according to the President of Alex Otti Foundation, Dr. Alex Otti, would receive N150, 000 yearly throughout their studies as long as they meet the minimum CGPA required or the scholarship.


32 students get N4.8m scholarship

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From Sunny Nwankwo, Umuahia

Thirty-two undergraduates resident in Abia State, but studying in various universities in different parts of Nigeria have received a scholarship grant of N4.8 million.

Each of the students according to the President of Alex Otti Foundation, Dr. Alex Otti, would receive N150, 000 yearly throughout their studies as long as they meet the minimum CGPA required or the scholarship.

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Speaking at an event in Umuahia, the Abia State capital during the handing over of cheque dummies to the benefitting students, the project financier, Dr. Alex Otti, former MD of Diamond Bank said that the essence of the project was to promote hard work among students.

Otti, who was the 2015 and 2019 gubernatorial candidate of the All Progressives Grand Alliance (APGA) said that the event doesn’t have any political undertone, stressing that the list of the beneficiaries was purely based on merit.

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He said the foundation is planning to support recipients beyond their first degrees if they meet the benchmark for such assistance.

“The Alex Otti Foundation is an army of young men and women. There is no nook and cranny of the state that you don’t see our people supporting businesses and entrepreneurship, agriculture and education.

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