Fresh reports reaching us at KikioTolu News has it that Governor Kayode Fayemi has approved the disbursement of bursary for Ekiti Law School students.
Fayemi approved the disbursement of Bursary allowance to Law School students who are indigenes of Ekiti State in the Nigeria Law School.
This is coming 8 weeks after the Ekiti state Government notified eligible students to apply for the 2018/2019 Bursary & Scholarship Awards.
This was made known in a press release signed by the Secretary of the Ekiti state scholarship board, Sola Ogunmuluyi, though the amount for each student remain unknown. The statement read:
“This is to inform members of the public that His Excellency,
the Governor of Ekiti State, Dr. John Kayode Fayemi has approved the disbursement of Bursary allowance to Law School students who are indigenes of Ekiti State in the Nigeria Law
School for 2018/2019 Academic Session.
Towards the above, there would be a screening exercise at
the Ekiti State Scholarship Board, Ado-Ekiti from Tuesday, 27th – Thursday, 29th August, 2019 by 10 am each day.
Consequently, all the affected students are to attend the screening exercise with their relevant documents such as all academic certificates, Letter of Admission, Student’s Identity Card, Local Government Identification Letter among others.
All the affected Law School students are expected to attend this compulsory screening exercise accordingly in order to confirm those that are qualified for the Bursary.
Sola Ogunmiluyi, MCIPM
Ag. Executive Secretary,
Ekiti State Scholarship Board.”
Earlier this month, Governor Seyi Makinde, approved the sum of N500,000 as bursary to each of the 120 Oyo State indigenes in the Nigerian Law School.
A statement by the Chief Press Secretary to Governor Makinde, Taiwo Adisa, quoted the Governor as saying that he was approving the sum of N60 million to cater for the 2019/2010 backlog session of Oyo State Indigenes in the Nigerian Law School.
He said that his decision was aimed at assisting the students to achieve greatness and encourage the students.