DUE TO the prevailing economic challenges ravaging Nigerians, the Friday Osanebi Foundation has announced its readiness to assist Anioma people, especially parents and guardians, to clear the school fess of 200 Ndokwa students/pupils. The foundation chairman and deputy speaker, Delta State House of Assembly, Rt. Hon. Friday Osanebi who disclosed this yesterday, said that the school fees project would commence immediately in order to settle the 2016/2017 financial needs of successful applicants. Osanebi advised parents and guardians facing challenges in paying school fees of their wards and children schooling in any part of Delta North to pick up the application forms immediately. According to him, the forms can be collected from any of the foundation’s liaison officers free of charge at the local government headquarters of the nine local government areas in Delta North. “The duly completed forms must be returned within three days of collection to the liaison officer,” he added. Nigerian Pilot gathered that the payment, which is for basic and primary school students, is part of the deputy speaker’s unflinching commitment to raising the human capital base of Delta North in particular and Delta State in general. Osanebi also noted that the gesture was in line with the state governor’s prosperity agenda and marching order to spread prosperity across the nooks and crannies of Delta State.

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