NATIONAL ASSOCIATION OF GBARAMATU STUDENTS (NAGS), LAUDS HAPPY MENS CLUB, FOR PROVIDING TWENTY CANDIDATES FROM THE RIVERINE COMMUNITIES WITH FREE JAMB FORMS__Coastal Times

BY COASTAL TIMES…..

The national association of Gbaramatu students NAGS, which is the apex students body in Gbaramatu kingdom, on Monday the 6th, January, 2020. Expressed their profound gratitude to the HAPPY MENS CLUB, Who provided twenty ( 20 ) candidates from the riverine communities in Delta State with free jamb forms.

The students body expressed their gratitude, in a press release signed by the national president, Comrade Freeborn Ebimaye Abraye. Which a copy was sent to Coastal Times.

The body appreciated the HAPPY MENS CLUB, for taking it as their sole responsibility, in impacting the lives of poor students from the riverine communities, by providing them with free jamb forms. Thereby, relieving their parents of the burden of purchasing one.

The students body, further called on other well meaning individuals within the riverine communities, to emulate the kind gesture of the HAPPY MENS CLUB. So as to improve the poor educational standard in the area.

It reads:

We the leadership of the National Association of Gbaramatu Students NAGS, wish to use this medium to thank the HAPPY MENS CLUB, for coming to the aide of poor students who had difficulties in purchasing jamb form.

It has far long been ascertained that a child who thinks, thanks. Therefore, It is on this premise, we want to show our unreserved gratitude to the HAPPY MENS CLUB, for finding it worthy to freely register 20 students from the riverine communities, precisely Gbaramatu kingdom, in the forth coming UTME examination.

This is the academic exercise that will determine one’s entrance into any tertiary institution of his or her choice, in pursuance of his or her desired academic career path.

This will also serve as a driving force for those who benefited from this gesture, to put in their very best, in their academic endeavors. In order to ultimately spur educational development in the riverine communities.

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