Imo State Sponsors 107 Graduates to Law School

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Imo State Governor Hope Uzodimma has approved the sponsorship of 107 graduates to Law School.

The state government would pay N500,000 for each of the graduates as tuition, totalling N53.5 million.
A statement by the Permanent Secretary, Ministry of Information and Strategy, Mrs. Oby Amadiobi, said the gesture by the governor was to ensure that no Imo indigene is denied the opportunity of attending law school as a result of lack of funds.
According to her, the gesture is also aimed at strengthening the capacity of the state’s manpower in a critical area of human resources.

She enjoined the beneficiaries to ensure that they worked harder to justify the confidence that the governor has on them.

The statement recalled that state indigenes had always excelled at different bar examinations and charged the current set to follow the footsteps of their predecessors. It pledged that the governor would also extend similar gestures to other core professionals in the realisation of his 3R mantra of reconstruction, rehabilitation and recovery.

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