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Imo Agog As Multiple Students of Federal Polytechnic Nekede Bags Scholarship with Jamie Pajoel International

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Luck shined on Many students of Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Owerri as a Reputable international NGO: Jamie Pajoel International whose objectives are centred towards youth development extended its hand of fellowship to the best graduating students from the School through it’s scholarship scheme.


There was overwhelming joy at Federal Polytechnic Nekede Owerri, Imo state on the 18th of March 2021, as JPI gives scholarship to best graduating Students.



The beneficiaries

1. Onuh Chidera Precious
2. Ogbonna Chimezie
3 Okechi Kenneth Ihechi
4. Dara Chukwudi Sunday



Jamie PajoeI International through its leadership and founder, Mr Jamie Pajoel is rewarding excellence by awarding scholarship to students who are exceptional in their studies.

The Rector, Engr. Dr Michael Chidiebere Arimanwa was delighted to have an alumnus coming back to give back to the community where he graduated from.

In his speech, he expressed joy and satisfaction towards this gesture and prayed that God will continue to bless Jamie Pajoel, Founder JPI (Jamie Pajoel International) for honouring humanity through this and other selfless projects. He however prayed that others emulate Pajoel International and establish such scholarship schemes in the school

Broda Bossman DaGodmc anchored the event which featured singing, dancing competition, capacity building workshop and training with lots of prizes won by the students.

In attendance were some Management staff of the Institution, Executives of Student Union Government, Students, the Press and the entire team of Jamie Pajoel International led by its Project Director, Mrs Jane Chris Ezetah, JPI Director of Media and Publicity; Ikechukwu Anyanwu, Mr Daniel Nwankwo, Kingsley Imeh, Miss Ezinne Precious and some of JPI volunteers.

By this gesture, JPI has become the first organization to ever establish a scholarship in the history of Federal Polytechnic Nekede, Owerri.

See more photos after the cut….


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