6 Koko indigenes get Total’s scholarship

By Elisabeth Yerima

Total Nigeria Plc has provided scholarship for six secondary schools students of Koko origin in Delta State, after the 2016/2017 Koko Scholarship examination at the Iwere College Hall.

The interview had seven Koko schools in attendance with 104 first year students participating.

A statement by Total said: “28 students at various levels of their secondary education are currently benefitting from the scheme. With this year’s selection interview, another six students of Koko origin, who benefited from the scheme, brings the total number of beneficiaries to 34.”

The beneficiaries are Eyesan David of St. Michaels Secondary School; Ajoritsedere Anita; Jiringho Oritsesantesan, both of St. Michaels Secondary School; Kpogho Christopher, Iwere College; Asokuarami Ortise-seun, Christian World Model Schooland and Okotie Favour, Baptist High School, all in Koko.

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