Mbah Disburses N44.1m Bursaries To Enugu Students In Law Schools

By Alice Etuka, Abuja

Governor Peter Mbah


Enugu State Governor, Peter Mbah, has approved bursaries worth N44.1 million for 294 state indigenes currently enrolled in Law Schools across the country.

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Out of the beneficiaries from Enugu’s 17 local government areas, 284 individuals have already undergone verification and received N150,000 each.

This initiative reflects the government’s commitment to advancing human capital development in the state.

Appreciating the governor, the beneficiaries under the umbrella of the National Association of Enugu State Law Students, described the gesture as an auspicious intervention, especially against the backdrop of the challenging economic realities of the country, and commended him for his vision and commitment to educational development in the state.

In a letter signed by the national president of the association, Stephen Obiora; the National Secretary, Johnpaul Obisike; and the National Public Relations Officer, Uzoamaka Aguoma, they expressed their commitment to bringing honor to the state.

“This bursary has come at the right time to alleviate the financial challenges the entire country is facing at this time, giving us room to focus on our court and chamber attachments without too much worry about the current state of the economy.

“Your commitment to education and youth development is truly commendable. Your support is a testament to your administration’s dedication to empowering Enugu State indigenes and investing in our dear state’s future and progress.

“We appreciate you for believing in us. We look forward to making Enugu state proud,” they stated.

The Governor also paid the sum of N12m to see Miss Chidiogo Igwebuike, a 24-year old graduate of the Enugu State University of Science and Technology, ESUT, Enugu, through a Standard Pilot Course at the Nigerian College of Aviation Technology, Zaria.

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