Abeokuta — Under the new guideline, Ogun State students in the Nigerian Law School, who were collecting N50, 000 before will now get N100, 000 each. The state's Commissioner for Education, Science and Technology, Barr. Segun Odubela, in a statement, said pupils with special needs will now get N10, 000 each instead of the N8, 000 they were collecting in the past, while their secondary school and tertiary institution counterparts will get N20, 000 and N30, 000 respectively.
Nigeria: Ogun to Spend N120 Million On Bursary
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