Imo State Governor, Rochas Okorocha, has offered scholarship to 200 Internally Displaced Persons IDPs and other vulnerable students in Adamawa State. Back in Imo state, pensioners are being owed their pensions even civil servants have not being paid and most government schools are on strike.
Okorocha had built Rochas Foundation Academy in Yola, Adamawa State capital, through his foundation early this year with the aimed to provide education to IDPs, other vulnerable and children of the less-privileged in the state especially those devastated by the Boko Haram insurgency.
The governor in his widow’s mind had promised during the laying of the Academy foundation in Yola, that if the school is completed, the institution would offered scholarship to vulnerable children especially children of the IDPs off the streets of Yola because of devastation done them by insurgency.
The state commissioner for Education Prof. Kaletapwa George Farauta made the disclosure to Journalists yesterday in Yola, immediately after the flagging off distribution of free forms preparatory for admission into the Junior Secondary School of the Academy at Saint Theresa Catholic Cathedral Jimeta and Damare IDPs camp.
“The intention of Rochas was from very kind hearted gesture that we are appreciative of” she said
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