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Sponsored Kid Got Double Promotion..

Deadline for the online registration of the 2013 GCE is only 2 days away... and, we have sponsored 9 students, already... despite the fact that the examination fee for this year was pretty expensive. (N10, 500 per child). We do express our profound gratitude to God for the opportunity and to all our friends and sponsors for the push-ups. Thank you so very much.
 
PS: The GCE Sponsorship Scheme is a branch of the RSN -Education Sponsorship Scheme. It got started in year 2010...when we sponsored Twenty One (21) students. In 2011...we sponsored nine (9)...In 2012 we did sponsor seventeen (17) and here again...we have nine promising young people...ready to take the examinations. We wish them the best preparation..and results.
 
Thank you our friends.. May God bless the works of your hands, always... :#EveryPennyCounts 
 
In the main news, one of our Street2School kids (SADIQ) has received DOUBLE promotion, from Nursery 1 - Primary 1...instead of Nursery 2. He got an aggregate of 95.8%.
 
Do have a great week, our Friend...
 

RSN

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