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JUST IN: Hon. Oiler Facilitates Scholarship for Six Students



In a remarkable initiative to empower and uplift the community, the CEO of Oiler Foundation, Hon. Sarafadeen Abiola popularly known as Oiler, has facilitated six scholarships for deserving individuals within Akinyele Local Government. This benevolent effort aims to provide educational opportunities to talented and deserving students who may not have had access to such resources otherwise. The scholarships serve as a testament to the foundation’s commitment to fostering education and creating a brighter future for the community.

The scholarships, funded entirely by the Oiler Foundation, cover various academic disciplines and provide financial support for tuition fees, books, and other related expenses. This comprehensive approach ensures that the recipients can focus on their studies without the burden of financial constraints.

While addressing news men in lbadan , Hon. Oiler explained the driving force behind this initiative, expressed his enthusiasm for empowering the community through education. He stated, “Education is a powerful tool that can transform lives and open doors to countless opportunities. The Oiler Foundation is committed to supporting talented individuals within our community and giving them the resources they need to thrive.These scholarships are just one of the ways we strive to make a lasting impact.”

In his words , Mr Jelili who is leading the recipients to the school ( Westland polytechnic, Osun State) and also one of the coordinators of the foundation, insisted that the selection process for the scholarships was rigorous and based on academic merit, community involvement, and a demonstrated commitment to personal growth. A panel of experts from the Oiler Foundation reviewed numerous applications, identifying the most deserving candidates who showcased exceptional potential.

The recipients of the scholarships , Hameed Fatiha ,Owolabi Ayomide Omolara, Oyebami Aminat Adenike,Elegbede Samsondeen and Lawal Fathiah, expressed their gratitude for the life-changing opportunity that will enable them to pursue higher education. They emphasized how this support would not only benefit them individually but also positively impact their families and the community as a whole.

The Oiler Foundation remains committed to fostering education and uplifting the community through various initiatives. With a track record of philanthropy and community development, the foundation continues to serve as a beacon of hope for aspiring individuals seeking a brighter future.

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