In its inaugural UTME Scholarship Examination initiative, the John Okuwobi Foundation Trust (JOFT) facilitated the acquisition of 2024 JAMB forms for 20 students in Ibadan South West Local Government Area of Oyo State.
Founder John Okuwobi, also the brain behind the Mustard Seed Unilab Centre, announced the initiative's support from alumni, both local and international, to aid deserving JAMB candidates.
Encouraging students, Okuwobi stressed the importance of education, emphasizing hard work and prayer as keys to success.
Delivering the keynote address, educator and doctoral student Mrs. Olufunke Ajayi underscored determination for excellence as crucial for achieving life goals.
Ajayi urged students to persevere even in the face of failure, advocating for reduced phone and social media usage for better academic performance.
Ibadan alumnus Emmanuel Ojo described the Mustard Seed as a hub for academic and personal excellence, thanking alumni for their support and encouraging students to aspire to greatness.
Fellow alumnus Tobi Okeogbe praised Mustard Seed's legacy of success and predicted a bright future for current students.
Alumni abroad, including Dominic Oshoba, Abdulkareem Sikiru, and Ajayi Samuel, shared inspiring messages via recorded videos, emphasizing the value of education.
Beneficiaries of the UTME Scholarship Examination initiative, such as Iyanuoluwa Robert, Deborah Olowolayemo, and Joseph Onokpe, expressed gratitude for the support, pledging to make the most of the opportunity.
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