Help recently came the way of students in Ose Local Government in the state, as Dr. Abiola Oshodi registered sixty private school students in Ose Local Government for the West African School Certificate Examination ( WASCE ).
Thec Psychiatry expert based in Canada, paid West African School Certificate Examination (WASCE) registration fees for over 60 students in different private schools in Ose Local Government Area of Ondo State.
The students selected from different private schools in the local government, were registered for the 2022 senior secondary school O’ Level examination.
This commendable feat effected through his Abiola Oshodi Foundation, which has been implementing different empowerment programmes in Ose and Owo local government areas of the state.
According to the philanthropist, the payment of registration fees for the students, was a way of reducing poverty in households, especially the indigent ones.
He stated that human capacity building through massive investment in education would go a long way in turning around the lives of the beneficiaries, as well as the fortunes of communities.
The Foundation has supported numerous students in achieving their academic pursuits by awarding them scholarships and bursaries.
Commending the State Government for payment of WASCE fees for students in public schools, Dr. Oshodi urged the beneficiaries to seize the opportunity and perform very well in the examination.
He disclosed that the Foundation had concluded plans to offer more scholarships to students studying STEM courses in 2022.
The Foundation, therefore, called for strategic partnerships with parents and academia towards the attainment of sustainable STEM education in Ose/Owo federal constituency.