In his stride to deliver on his education mandate, the Principal Benjamin Kalu Foundation, Hon. Benjamin Kalu has concluded plans to award education bursary to about 400 undergraduate Bende indigent students.
The project which is under the “Benjamin Kalu Foundation’s Education Support Project will take place on October 1, 2019 at Agbamuzu Townhall, Bende local government area of Abia state.
The Legislator and Official Spokesman of the House of Representatives, in a telephone chat stated that the reason for this initiative was to fill a gap in the education sector and was borne out of his passion for the educational emancipation of Bende people.
According to the aides of the Representative; “this set of beneficiaries will be the first batch of undergraduates to benefit from the 2019 edition of the Benjamin Kalu Foundation Education Support Project (BKF-ESP2019).”
Benjamin Kalu Foundation Education Support Project, BKF-ESP2019, will be followed by several projects this year, including an educational support project for secondary school students, an Enterprise Support Programme targeted at artisans in Bende as well as the Benjamin Kalu Foundation End Blindness Project (BKF-EBP2019) an outreach targeting 3000 Bende indigenes for examinations, treatment, surgery and glasses prescription.
BKF-ESP2019 will kick off at 8am on Tuesday, October 1, 2019 at the Agbamuzu Town Hall in Bende Town, Bende LGA.
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