From Menial Work to Chemical Engineering Scholar: Boy Earns Scholarship To University

This is following recent incident where the Chairman of Educare, Alex Onyia declared his intention to grant full scholarships to two outstanding performers in the recently concluded Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB) UTME. Mr. Onyia announced on his social media that Idris has received a fully-funded scholarship to study Chemical Engineering at the Federal University of Technology, Minna (FUT Minna).

From Menial Work to Chemical Engineering Scholar: Boy Earns Scholarship To University

Idris Abdulrasheed Adeiza has been awarded a fully-funded scholarship to pursue Chemical Engineering at the university level.

This is following recent incident where the Chairman of Educare, Alex Onyia declared his intention to grant full scholarships to two outstanding performers in the recently concluded Joint Admission Matriculation Board (JAMB) UTME. He explained that the scholarship encompasses both tuition fees and a monthly stipend.

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Mr. Onyia announced on his social media that Idris has received a fully-funded scholarship to study Chemical Engineering at the Federal University of Technology, Minna (FUT Minna). Idris, who attended a private school in Kogi State, achieved an impressive aggregate score of 323 in the JAMB UTME, ranking him as the second-highest scorer in Kogi State. He also attained the highest score within his school, where no other student scored above 190.

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To afford the JAMB registration, Idris undertook various menial jobs. His father works as a bricklayer, and his mother is a trader, which necessitated Idris’s efforts to save enough money over the year for the exam fees.

Alex Onyia reaffirmed his commitment to supporting Idris’s educational journey, assuring that he would provide assistance where necessary. “I am dedicated to aiding his academic pursuits, and I hope for his success,” he expressed in his post.