Gov. Ikpeazu Lauds Sen. Orji Over Scholarship Scheme, Quality Representation

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About 100 undergraduates drawn from various Institutions across the country have benefited from Senator
 Theodore Orji's 4th Annual Scholarship Scheme.

Speaking during the event which took place in Umuahia, the Abia State Governor, Dr. Okezie Ikpeazu commended Sen. Orji, the Senator representing Abia central zone and the immediate past governor of the state for the scheme, which he described as quite remarkable due to it's generational impact on society.

In a COVID- 19 PROTOCOL managed event, the Governor represented by his Deputy, Sir Ude Oko Chukwu eulogized the distinguished Senator for a quality representation of the state at the Senate, adding that the scheme and many other live impacting projects of the Senator scattered across Abia Central senatorial zone is highly commendable.

He seized the opportunity to advice the recipients of the Scholarship to utilize the wonderful opportunity as they remained the primary beneficiaries.

He further urged them to be law abiding, studious and of good behaviour; as that is the only way to show appreciation to their benefactor.

The senator representing Abia central zone, Chief Theodore Orji while addressing the beneficiaries , stressed the need for them to understand that education remains the key to success, adding that supporting educational development of the people especially the young ones has been his passion.

He went further to thank all the scholarship beneficiaries past and present for allowing him to participate in their academic successes, and more importantly, for giving him the opportunity to provide help through his annual scholarship scheme”.

The beneficiaries of the scheme took turns to express their excitement over the Senator’s kind gestures and concern towards the welfare of his constituents , assuring that they will not let him down.

Charles Reporting From Deputy Governor's Office.
23rd December, 2020.


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