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KWHA Speaker distributes 220 JAMB forms to indigenes students


…advised them on self-depended culture

Isiaq Alafinju


The Speaker, Kwara State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Dr. Ali Ahmad, has distributed Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB) forms to 220 indigenes students in his Ilorin South constituency.

The gesture was spread across the 11wards in the constituency as all the students’ registrations were paid for by the legislator.
The JAMB forms presentation is among several scholarship programmes and gestures usually delivered by the legislator.
Speaking, Ahmad said that the future of Ilorin South youths is very paramount to him, hence the reason he is always ready to render assistance to them either for their educational pursuits or to be self-dependence.
The Speaker who underscored the importance of education, noted that it is essential that governments at all levels are supported towards improving the sector and secure the country's future.
According to him, he said "the annual gesture has become a tradition that is critically followed" adding that he was delighted to be contributing positively to the beneficiaries' future.
Ahmad admonished the students to prepare very well for the forthcoming tertiary institutions entrance examination.
In the same vein, he advised the youths to avail themselves the opportunity of the internet facilities at his Constituency Office to register in the on-going advertisement of Dangote Group of Companies seeking employees for various vacant positions.
He further advised them not to limit themselves to watching the weekly European football matches only at the office but use the same facilities to browse free of charge for other numerous opportunities.
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