Oyo commissioner, Fakorede announces maiden tech scholarship beneficiaries

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Oyo State Commissioner for Youth and Sports, Mr. Seun Fakorede, has announced the recipients of the state’s first “TheSeunFakorede Technology Learning and Youth Scholarship” program.

The scheme, which was first shown on September 30, 2021, is in partnership with the tech team at Utiva.

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Announcing the winners, Vakuridi said, “Out of nearly 7,000 applicants, I am delighted to announce the 22 winners of this powerful scholarship.”

He continued, “As we all know technology is the future of Africa, I am very honored to be able to help these outstanding young people start their journey towards a better, secure and rich career in technology and artificial intelligence.”

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He also congratulated all the beneficiaries, adding: “I wish you all the best and look forward to your success stories.”

Recipients include Damilola Babatunde, Ajayi Ibukon, Ipekwe Simeon, Tijani Olatungi, Shyamaka Gabriel, Blessing Oludele, Varutimi Tomisin, and 14 other undergraduates, graduates, civil servants, working and unemployed youth.

In response, one of the beneficiaries, Ajay Ibkon, a law school graduate, said, “Hon Fakorede’s efforts in uplifting the youth are commendable, if everyone can absorb this, we will all fight poverty and unemployment, and I am really grateful to be a part of this scheme.”

Another benefactor, Simon, said, “I’m glad to be a part of this, kudos to the commissioner for setting the pace again.”

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