Posted by Grand News | 11 October 2018 | 1,399 times
NIGERIA Liquified Natural Gas Limited, NLNG on Wednesday said it has spent a total of N2.7 billion on interventions in education through scholarships since 1998.
According to Vanguard, the company disclosed this at its first NLNG Scholars Day in Port Harcourt, Rivers State. It awarded fresh scholarships and honoured past beneficiaries including a visually impaired man, Ibiere Jumbo, who graduated with distinction at the Aberdeen University, United Kingdom, in the postgraduate category.
The amount so far expended by the company includes N700 million on undergraduate scholarships for 2,956 beneficiaries across universities in Nigeria since 1998.
N800 million was spent on 222 post-primary beneficiaries, while it expended N1.2 billion on overseas postgraduate studies for 68 persons since 2012.
Deputy Managing Director, NLNG, Sadeeq Mai-Bornu said: “The transformation of our nation cannot succeed without youths. That is why NLNG continues to invest in Nigerian youths to secure the future and help build a better Nigeria, in line with its corporate vision”.
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