Lawmaker Pays WAEC Fees Of 2,427 Students

A federal lawmaker, Abdulmumini Ari, has gave out N33.9 million to students of his constituency to register for Senior Secondary West African School Certificate Examination (WAEC). 

Ari who represents Nasarawa/Toto federal constituency presented the cheques to principals of schools in the area on Monday in Nasarawa. 

The money covers the registration of 2,427 students across the 31 secondary schools of the constituency sitting for this year's examination.  

Speaking, the lawmaker vowed to use his salary and allowance to make life better for constituents. 

He however advised the students to work hard in their studies, shun cultism and mexamination malpractice among other vices that can affect their future, describing them as leaders of tomorrow. 

In attendance during the event were commissioner of Education, Haj. Fati Sabo Jimeta, and chairman of Nasarawa Local Council, Muhammed Sani Otto. 

Also in attendance were chieftains of the All Progressives Congress (APC) notably Iyal Dantsho, Attahiru Osu, principals and parents among others.  

The principals also advised the students to study hard and make good results to make Ari (Sardaunan Bakono) happy and encourage him to do more.

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