Council donates 150 jamb forms
The Chairman of Oto-Awori LCDA, Lagos, Prince Musibau Adekunle Asafa has urged students to be steadfast and studious in their pursuit of knowledge.
He made this call during the donation of 150 free JAMB forms to indigenes and non-indigenes alike in the council.
According to him, training a child in the way he should grow also means giving a child the necessary support and equipping him or her with the required tools.
The council boss posited that some parents may not have the capacity to give their wards the needed financial support, hence the council’s decision to assist the students.
“This is a proof of our willingness to deliver dividends of democracy to our youths and we shall continue to implement supportive ideas that will be beneficial to all. I urge the beneficiaries to do their best and make us proud in the forthcoming examination,” he said.
According to him, education remains a priority in all ramifications, adding “we have attended to numerous needs in education sector both structurally and morally. In view of our perception and calculations, we can attest to different examples of those who have made us proud and are willing to pass on their findings academically to others who are yet to be there”, he submitted.
Michael Oluwaseyi, a beneficiary, was all joyous seeing the chairman coming to his aid to have the form as he believes it will help him achieve his aim of becoming a medical doctor in the future.