discipline would be presented with a brand new car.
Secretary of SEOF, Mrs C. N. Ufondu, made this known while presenting cheques worth millions of Naira to another batch of 42 students who are beneficiaries of the foundation’s 2013 scholarship scheme at Oraifite in Anambra State.
“The founder of SEOF, Sir Emeka Offor has promised that any of the students that graduate with a first class degree would take home a brand new car of 2.0 series and automatic employment will be sourced for the beneficiary, irrespective of the state, town or local government of origin”.
According to Mrs Ufondu, one of the beneficiaries, Miss Ebere Anaegbuonu, who obtained a first class from the Department of Industrial Physics, Anambra State University, Uli, had already benefited from the largesse.
She further said that apart from the 42 students who received their cheaques, 120 other beneficiaries were in different schools across the country.
A breakdown of the figure showed that 34 of the students were undergraduates, six post graduate students while two were secondary school students.
Ufondu, however, warned the beneficiaries to take their studies seriously, pointing out that, ‘’it is not yet over unless it is over.
“That you are given your cheques today does not mean that you have finished with us. If along the line you are found wanting, the scholarship will be withdrawn.’’