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Students in Lagos benefit from Post-Secondary School Scholarship Scheme

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Twenty-six students from the thirteen local governments area of Lagos Central Senatorial District have received one hundred thousand naira each as Post-Secondary School Scholarship Scheme.

The students who would be receiving the said amount for four years, were selected from the sixty-five students nominated from the local governments.

Nineteen others that could not qualify for the scholarship scheme also recieved the sum of twenty thousand naira each to defray the cost of purchasing academic books.

Senator Oluremi Tinubu gave out the cheques to the students at the fifteenth Town Hall meeting, first in the eighth Assembly with constituents of Lagos Central Senatorial District.

Senator Tinubu representing Lagos Central Senatorial District, used the occassion to appeal to women to refrain from collecting proceeds of corruption from their husbands.

The wife of former Governor Bola Tinubu said it was time to change from the old ways of doing things, saying it was time to turn a new leaf.

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