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Binduri MP secures full scholarships for 6 brilliant but needy students

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The Member of Parliament for Binduri and Deputy Minister for Local Government, Decentralization, and Rural Development, Abdulai Abanga, has secured full-term scholarships for six brilliant yet financially disadvantaged students in the area.

The scholarships, funded by the VALCO Trust Fund, will empower these students to pursue both undergraduate and postgraduate studies within the country, ensuring financial constraints do not hinder their academic pursuits.

Speaking to our reporter, the legislator indicated that the latest initiative supplements the significant support he provided in 2022 when over GHC 200,000 was disbursed to approximately 120 students from the District Assembly Common Fund.

“This recent scholarship brings the total number of students benefitting from my educational support initiatives to ten. In the previous year, four deserving students from Bansi, Zawse, Binduri, and Zaago were recipients of scholarships from the Ghana Scholarship Secretariat. My vision is to see the youth in the area get the needed education possible. So, I will continue to do my best for youth when it comes to things like this,” he stated.

One of the beneficiaries, Prince Abugri Abande, who aspires to become a Biomedical Engineer, expressed profound gratitude to the legislator, emphasizing the transformative power of the initiative in making his dreams a reality.

The Deputy Minister added that he remains committed to impacting lives through his support for constituents, utilizing the resources at his disposal for the betterment of the area.

He therefore reassured constituents that his dedication to improving the education sector in the constituency will persist, promising to do more in the future.

Source: A1radioonline.com|101.1Mhz|Moses Apiah|Ghana

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