The Dayyabu Garga Foundation has sponsored at least 75 poor Secondary school graduates for this year’s Joint Admission and Matriculation Board examinations in Plateau State.
The foundation considers education as central to development, hence the move to support less privilege families to enroll their kids, said Chairman and Founder of the Foundation, Mr. Dayyabu Yusuf Garga on Saturday.
Presenting the purchased JAMB forms to the first batch of beneficiaries in Jos, Garga said the Foundation would offer scholarship to candidates with the highest scores in the exams.
The foundation had sponsored 53 National Certificate of Education (NCE) students throughout their studies.
“This is a non profit, nonpolitical and nonreligious organisation that is desirous of providing assistance to the less privileged in the society and working towards educational, economic, health and infrastructural development of the people,” Garga said.
A beneficiary of the JAMB enrollment program, Godwin Ogah vowed to make the foundation proud.