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Exciting Updates..


This mail is to keep you updated with what we've been up to since the past few days!

GCE Sponsorship Initiative
Yeah! This week, and for the first time, we decided to publish on the internet a page, wherewith student could apply for assistance to register for the 2012 General Certificate Examination. This was to give us the ample opportunity to reach out to a wider range of young people who need some support to purchasing the GCE application form. And, of course, we did receive over fifty applications from disadvantaged youths, requesting for sponsorship for the examination. Thus far, we have bought the form for seventeen students.

Monthly Stipends for Some Brilliant Students - We Got A Sponsor!!!.
Two young women and past beneficiaries of our GCE Sponsorship initiative are presently on scholarship, receiving a monthly stipend of ten thousand naira each etc...

Lastly, Our little friend Basit would be relocating to a new apartment this week, hopefully!!! Having suffered a great deal from the deadly disease...Schistosomiasis, one of our friends have decided to pay up the bill for their new apartment! This is good news..:)


Thanks to everyone for the support.

We appreciate you awesomely!

Thank You.




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