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Scholarship Opportunity for Thirty Three (33) Law Students from Oyo State in Public Universities

The Oyo State Government is giving Scholarship Opportunity to Thirty Three (33) Law Students from Oyo State in Public Universities.

Announcing it in a statement on Thursday, the General Secretary of the Nigerian Bar Association, NBA, Mrs. Joyce Oduah, urged members to take advantage of the initiative.
“This is to notify members of the Association of Scholarship opportunity for Law Students of Oyo State extraction who are currently studying in Public Universities in Nigeria. It is an initiative of Engr. Muftau Open Salawu, FNSE, FNATE, an Engineer, Industrialist and a Businessman who hails from Ogbomosho in Oyo State.
This scholarship is only open to existing/bona fide law students cutting across the thirty-three (33) Local Government Areas of Oyo State for a period of four (4) years in Government-owned (public) Universities.
“In view of the foregoing, members from Oyo State are encouraged to ask their children, wards or relations in Public University to key into this initiative.
Interested persons should visit the official website; www.muftauopensalawu.com, download and complete the scholarship form and send it by post to “Open Integration of Learning Foundation (Oil Foundation)”, P.O. Box 550, Ogbomosho, Oyo State.
For further enquiries, kindly contact Engr. Muftau Salawu on 07026660777 or salawumuftau@gmail.com
Members are by this notice, encouraged to key into this initiative.
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