The MOK Foundation has actively registered 300 underprivileged students for the Joint Admissions and Matriculation Board (JAMB) examination in Kwara State. This initiative, implemented in two phases, began at the foundation’s headquarters in Offa, Offa local government area of the state.
Representing the founder, Mr. Lawal Saheed, the executive director of the foundation underscored the pivotal role of education in their mission. The free JAMB registration program aims to empower talented students from disadvantaged backgrounds by removing financial barriers to their educational aspirations.
He reiterated the foundation’s commitment to providing equal opportunities for all children to achieve their full potential, regardless of their circumstances. The selection process for the 300 recipients was meticulous, considering academic achievement, financial need, and dedication to community service.
Expressing gratitude, beneficiary Ayomide Oparinde conveyed appreciation for the scholarship provided by the MOK Foundation.
Mr. Muhydeen Bammeke, head of the department of humanities at the Federal Polytechnic Offa, praised the founder’s philanthropic endeavors, emphasizing the role of entrepreneurship in giving back to society.
Mr. Laolu Oyawoye, secretary of ANCOPSS and principal of Moremi High School, commended the MOK Foundation for its impactful efforts in empowerment, personal development, economic progress, and community enrichment, affirming the founder’s enduring legacy.
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