Honorable Ajuloopin pledge education grant for constituents students in Kwara (See how to apply)

Honorable Ajuloopin pledge education grant for constituents students in Kwara (See how to apply)

Honorable Tunji Olawuyi Ajuloopin has rolls out education grant for constituents  students in public institutions, replaces ADEP 2021

Kwara Representative Tunji Olawuyi Ajuloopin, member representing Ekiti, Irepodun, Isin and Oke-ero Federal Constituency of Kwara has rolled out education grant for students from his constituency in tertiary institutions across the country.

The education grant will however replaced the 2021 Ajuloopin Digital Empowerment Programme (ADEP) that was earlier scheduled for November but suspended for issues bothering on technicalities

The lawmaker in a statement on Sunday in Omu-Aran said the move became necessary to help students in need of  education grant and assuage the feelings of those who had earlier applied for ADEP 2021.

ADEP has now been rescheduled till 2022 when all technical issues must have been resolved.

The student according to the Federal Lawmaker must be from the constituency but could be studying in any of the public institution in the country.

He added that the gesture is to help students from the constituency for payment of tuition fee, adding that this would help to address some of the challenges bedeviling them.

Meanwhile, any interested student is to obtain an expression of interest form at Ajuloopin Constituency Office, beside Omu-Aran City Complex, Eyin Igbo Area, Omu-Aran on November 30th.

Criteria for the grant include: A copy of admission letter, copy of applicant last semester result, copy of school Identity Card (ID card), copy of applicants voter’s card and a copy of National ID or NIN number.

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