58 undergraduates of public tertiary institutions shortlisted for Dr. Alex Otti Foundation Scholarship


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The Alex Otti Foundation (AOF) said it has shortlisted 58 students from various public universities across the country it will offer scholarship this year in her annual scholarship programme.
Last year, the Foundation shortlisted 52 candidates out of which it offered scholarship to 32 students.
“The scholarship scheme is one of the programmes of AOF, a non-profit organization that extends opportunities for education and entrepreneurship to indigent members of the society”.
Disclosing these in Umuahia, Abia state, the Executive Director of AOF, Chinedu Ekeke said winners will receive annual one-off funding from their year of selection until the duration of their programmes, irrespective of the course of study.
Ekeke said the aim of the scholarship programme which was not political, was to empanel students who as undergraduates, Excel in academics so they can Excel in life as well.
He said the choice of who are finally selected among the scores who applied, rests with a committee made up of experts.
“For us, the choice of who is included among our judges is informed by the Foundation’s policy of wanting to inspire anyone who comes in contact with us at any stage”.
The AOF Executive Director said the Foundation spends between N15m to N20m annually on the scholarship scheme that is devoid of religious or gender discrimination.


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