Fosla Academy scholarship: 13 successful indigent students set for verification




Fosla academy 2021/2022 scholarship programme for indigent children has entered it’s final stage with successful candidates invited for certificate verification.

The Vice Principal academic, Ibrahim Lawal said 13 students comprising of nine boys and four girls have been penciled down for the certificate verification.

According to him, “Every year since the creation of this school we give scholarship to students who are talented sports-wise and are also good academically.

“The certificate verification is part of the process put in place by the school board to acertain the documents presented by the kids before their admission into the school.”

The list of the students for final verification are Alfa Oche David (Gwagwalada); Felix Bulus Tanko (Kwali); Linus James (Kwali); Victory Igboamalu (AMAC); Jonathan Johanna (AMAC); Adamu Adamu (Karshi),; Saradeen Suleiman (Karshi); Gadafi Shuaibu (Karshi) and Manifest Mathew (Bwari) are the male category.

In the female category are Josephine Nesu (Bwari); Omeje Chukwube Mary (AMAC); Habila Patricia (AMAC) and Joseph Queen (AMAC).

No date has been fixed for the verification exercise.

The successful candidates at the end of the verification will resume academic activities in the 2021/2022 session.

FOSLA Academy, a first premium independent academy in the country took Nigeria by storm in March 2021 when they emerged Champions of the revitalised prestigious National Principal’s Cup.

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