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Anambra rewards 160 first class graduates with N160m

The Anambra State Government on Thursday released N160 million to 160 indigenes who graduated with first class honours in their disciplines. Announcing this gesture at the Ekwueme Square, Awka, Governor Peter Obi said each of the 160 graduates was rewarded with N1 million to encourage other students of the state work hard.

Obi, who presented a symbolic cheque of N160 million to the Secretary to the State Government, SSG, Mr. Henry Oseloka Obaze for delivery to each of the beneficiaries, said the gesture was to reward excellence and boost the morale of students of the state across the country and abroad to strive for the best.

The governor, who assured that the government would continue the gesture, urged the students to believe in themselves and work hard to attain the feat as any student who makes it is assured of the reward. Obi also used the ceremony to announce that the sum of N40 million would be given to Dr. Okey Ikechukwu for distribution to youths of the state trained by him in a skill acquisition programme last year. He directed that none of the youths should be given cash, but that the money should be paid into their accounts for use as their start-up capital for the various trades and they were trained on. Other highlights of the ceremony were the distribution of 55 buses to secondary schools in the state as the last batch of 500 buses acquired for schools.

 

The governor also commissioned two fire trucks and transformers acquired by his administration. He assured stakeholders in the state that his exit would not herald the end of good things in the state as he had took his time to ‘teach’ the in-coming governor, Chief Willie Obiano, all that was necessary for him to sustain the tempo of development.

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