Otti approves bursary for Abia students in law schools

Dr. Alex Otti, the Governor of Abia State, has given the green light for the disbursement of bursary awards to Abia State indigenes studying in law schools nationwide.

The state’s Commissioner for Information and Culture, Okey Kanu, made this announcement during a press briefing following this week’s Executive Council meeting chaired by the governor in Umuahia on Monday.

Kanu highlighted that the approval of the bursary aligns with the state government’s unwavering commitment to prioritizing education. Additionally, he revealed that the state government has sanctioned the refurbishment of 170 primary schools, amounting to 10 primary schools per local government area.

Moreover, Kanu mentioned that this initiative complements the ongoing renovation of six model schools across the state.

He added that 51 secondary schools have also been approved for renovation, and this translates to three schools per LGA across the state.

“The schools will have some features that make them modern schools. They would have staff quarters, a caretaker’s house, the head teacher’s house, and a gatehouse. The primary schools, of course, would have nurseries. This again is in keeping with the promise to Abians,” he added.

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