First Lady Oluemi Tinubu, through her Renewed Hope Initiative, has granted scholarships to 46 Nigerian students enrolled in tertiary institutions nationwide.
According to a statement from Busola Kukoyi, the Special Adviser to the First Lady on Media, these recipients were selected from all 36 states of the country, along with the Federal Capital Territory (FCT).
Additionally, various women’s organizations, including the National Council for Women Societies and the Defence Staff and Police Officers Wives Association (DEPOWA), nominated other deserving beneficiaries.
The formal announcement of these scholarship recipients took place during the launch of the National Scholarship Programme for Tertiary Education held at the Presidential Villa.
The statement in part ” 46 Nigerian students in tertiary institutions across the country have emerged the first set of beneficiaries as the Renewed Hope Initiative, an initiative of Nigeria’s First Lady, Sen.Oluremi Tinubu, flags off the National Scholarship Programme for Tertiary Education.
‘The beneficiaries were drawn from the 36 states of the federation and the FCT, while others were nominated by various women societies, including National Council for Women Societies, and Defence Staff and Police Officers Wives Association DEPOWA’
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