The director of programme (Scholarship Aid Initiative) Miss Oluwakemisola Aderoju has converse on some trending issues and frequently asked questions by applicants and their parents.

Speaking exclusively to Bond FM 92.9 on Monday 7th October 2019, Miss Oluwakemisola highlighted some vital roles Non Governmental Organization play in the educational sector, according to her.
NGO, play a lot of roles in the development of the educational sector, by catering for the welfare of primary and secondary school students, providing textbook, uniforms and ensuring they study in a conducive environment thereby reducing the burdens on government so funds allocated for educational sector can be channel into another project for the development of the country.
She further opines that NGO organise seminars/workshop for teachers in order to train and orientate them on the need to impact positively to students and also organize seminars for student and parents as well so students can choose a preferred career path that will yield positive outcome.

Stressing on the registration date for new students, Miss Oluwakemisola noted that registration for new students commences February 2020, however, it will be disseminate to the public on due time.

Attention was drawn to accommodation issues, Miss Oluwakemisola hinted that the school currently does not have its own hostel, however she advised students and parents not to be desperate in trying to acquire accommodation in order no to fall prey to gullible fraudsters who will try to extort money from them, rather they should visit their school administrative office to make enquiries on how to get a suitable accommodation

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