Ebonyi Lawmaker Clears Five Undergraduates’ Fees

Chinedu Ogah, Chinedu Ogah Foundation. Image: Facebook

A member representing Ezza-South/ Ikwo in the House of Representatives, Hon. Chinedu Ogah,yesterday paid school fees for five undergraduates studying across different universities in the country.

The students are Otubo Godfrey, a Department of Computer engineering technology, HND1, Oko polytechnics, Anambra State, Agwu Mmaduka Alobu, Computer engineering technology, HND2, Oko polytechnics, Anambra State, Nwafor Kingsley student of Ebonyi State University, faculty of law, 300 level, Igwe Chika, Student of Institute of management and technology, HND1 Enugu State and Nwonu Emmanuel Onyebuchi a graduate of Ebonyi State University who was given his clearance fees by the lawmaker.

Ogah handed the school fees over to the undergraduates in his Abakaliki residence while urging them to use it for the purpose it was meant for.

He, however, asked other students with OND to go to cyber cafe and apply for INEC jobs with their OND certificates for immediate employment.

He noted that the gesture was to increase literacy in his constituency and reduce youth’s unemployment in the area.

While addressing those he paid their school fees, the APC lawmaker called on them to use it for the purpose it was meant for, promising to assist other indigent students in the constituency and urged the undergraduates to be serious in their studies to make good results.