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1000 Students Participated In JAMB-UTME Orientations Organized By Wale Kuku, New Generation Foundation In Ogun



No fewer than 100 Students out of 1000 across Ogun East has benefitted, as Wale Kuku, New Generation Foundation organized orientation seminar for secondary school students in Sagamu, to prepare them ahead of forthcoming Unified Tertiary and Matriculation Examination (UTME).

Addressing the participants, chairman of New Generation Foundation, Mr Wale Kuku through the initiative coordinator from Sagamu, Mr Valentino, stated that the training was to get the students acquainted with the rudiments of tackling the examination questions which were mostly IT oriented.

He said; “the gesture would increase the number of students that would successfully pass the examination.”

He further applauded the JAMB officials for their cooperation in ensuring that the training came to reality urging the participating students to put what they learnt into practice.

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“Not all students have this opportunity, as we know that many names was submitted to participate, but few of them was shortlisted based on the available plan for just 100 students within Sagamu alone; therefore you have to consider yourself as lucky and privileged. It will be very important if everyone of you will put all what you have learned into practice when the time comes because this will give you the opportunity to pass your examination with ease,” he advised.

One of the participants, (name withheld) stated that the training had made her more acquainted with the examination processes and promised to put what she learnt to practice.

Other benefits provided for the students are mentorship, tech trainings, and scholarship possibilities.

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