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Bukola Saraki awards scholarship to best law students of Unilorin

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Esther Adeyanju

The Senate President of Nigeria, Dr. Abubakar Bukola Saraki, today awarded two 1st Class Graduates from the Faculty of Law from University of Ilorin, a scholarship to Nigeria School of Law.

The two young men, Muhammad Abdullahi Tosin and Adam Muhammad Ndakuku are indigenes of Irepodun and Edu Local Government Area of Kwara state respectively.

This is according to the latest update on his Facebook, instagram and twitter platforms as thus, “Today I had the privilege of awarding two young Nigerians from University of Ilorin with scholarships to Law School.

“I have always maintained that when the young people of our country succeed, we all succeed. I hope these scholarships will provide a little help to these two young men, as they journey down the right path to succeed in their spheres of engagement.”

He then promised to extend the philanthropic gesture to other promising ones among the downtrodden Nigerian youths.

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