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Gani Fawehinmi Annual Scholarship Awards 2017/2018 Begins – Apply Here

Applications are invited for Gani Fawehinmi Annual Scholarship Awards 2017.

The award is for 20 (Twenty) students each of whom will receive One hundred Thousand Naira (N100,000.00) making a total sum of Two Million Naira (2,000,000.00).


  • Applicants must be poor and indigent.
  • Applicants must be registered Students of Tertiary Institutons in Nigeria. i.e Universities. Polytechnics and Colleges of Education.
  • Applicants must have good academic performance. 


Each applicant shall submit an application letter, not more than two (2) page .

The letter must include the name of the candidate, course and year of study state of origin and why the candidate believes that he or she should be given the award
The application letter must be accompanied by:
(i) a photocopy of the candidate’s current Identity Card:
(ii) a letter from the candidate’s current Head of Department. including correct information on rite candidate CGPA for the last academic session.
(iii) a letter front the Registrar certifying that the candidate is a student of the institution.
(iv) a copy of the candidates registration form for the current semester, and should be (1) two (2) current passport photographs.

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